The replenishment of lipid reserves of adipocytes following the removal of litters from lactating rats is associated with a 3-fold decrease in both the response of lipolysis to noradrenaline and the maximum rate of lipolysis (measured in the presence of noradrenaline plus adenosine deaminase); these adaptations do not appear to result from the changes in serum prolactin and insulin concentrations that occur on litter removal.
Research Article|February 15 1986
Lipolysis in rat adipocytes during recovery from lactation. Response to noradrenaline and adenosine
Biochem J (1986) 234 (1): 229-231.
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R G Vernon, E Finley; Lipolysis in rat adipocytes during recovery from lactation. Response to noradrenaline and adenosine. Biochem J 15 February 1986; 234 (1): 229–231. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/bj2340229
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