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Changes of some carbohydrates and amino acids in the blood of the eel after feeding


, : Changes of some carbohydrates and amino acids in the blood of the eel after feeding. Memoirs of Faculty of Fisheries Kagoshima University, 31: 259-266

In the blood of cultured eel (Anguilla japonica), glucose was the highest 2 h after feeding. Lactate increased slowly and pyruvate concentration was the highest 1 h after feeding. The ratio of lactate to pyruvate was 35 to 130, which was much higher than that in rat's blood. Every amino acid except histidine, tryptophan, glutamate, and aspartate increased considerably after feeding.


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