The effect of intramuscular administration of testosterone propionate was studied on rat gastrocnemius muscle. Muscular glycolytic substrates and Krebs' cycle metabolites (glycogen, glucose, glucose-6-phosphate, pyruvate, lactate, citrate, alpha-ketoglutarate, succinate, malate), related aminoacids (glutamate, alanine, ammonia), energy store and mediators (creatine phosphate, ATP, ADP, AMP) and the energy charge potential were evaluated. The influence of the factors: testosterone dose, time course of treatment and sex of animals was investigated, no relevant changes being noticed

Action of testosterone on some biochemical parameters related to the energy metabolism of the skeletal muscle / PASTORIS O; DOSSENA M; FULLE D; TAGLIETTI M; BENZI G. - In: ARCHIVES INTERNATIONALES DE PHARMACODYNAMIE ET DE THERAPIE. - ISSN 0003-9780. - STAMPA. - 263:1(1983), pp. 129-138.

Action of testosterone on some biochemical parameters related to the energy metabolism of the skeletal muscle

PASTORIS, ORNELLA;DOSSENA, MAURIZIA;BENZI, GIAN MARTINO
1983

Abstract

The effect of intramuscular administration of testosterone propionate was studied on rat gastrocnemius muscle. Muscular glycolytic substrates and Krebs' cycle metabolites (glycogen, glucose, glucose-6-phosphate, pyruvate, lactate, citrate, alpha-ketoglutarate, succinate, malate), related aminoacids (glutamate, alanine, ammonia), energy store and mediators (creatine phosphate, ATP, ADP, AMP) and the energy charge potential were evaluated. The influence of the factors: testosterone dose, time course of treatment and sex of animals was investigated, no relevant changes being noticed
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