Biochemical Changes in Tissues during Infectious Illness: Bioenergetics of Infection and Exercise.
Annual progress rept. no. 16 (Final), 1 Jan 65-30 Jun 80, 1 Jul 80-31 Mar 82,
RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIV NEW BRUNSWICK N J
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Partial contents Forced Exercise at Various Stages on an S. typhimurium Infection Effect on Growth and Energy Metabolism Forced Exercise and S. typhimurium Effect of Prior Training Forced Exercise and S. typhimurium Effect of Prior Training Forced Exercise and S. typhimurium Rate of Metabolic Response to Forced Exercise Development of Biochemical Methods Demonstration of the Importance of Stage of Disease Cycle and Virulence of the Infection Effect of Dietary Protein on Infectious Illness Relation of Clinical Symptoms to Biochemical Changes in Liver Biorhythms The Free Amino Acid Pools and Infectious Illness The Effect of Infectious Illness on Serum Copper, Zinc, Cholesterol and Carotenoids The Effect of Infectious Illness on Protein Synthesis in Cardiac Tissue Interaction of Lighting Regimen and Infectious Illness Effect on Hepatic Protein Metabolism Effect of Lighting Regimen on Diurnal Distribution of Amino Acids Between Blood Cells and Plasma Effect of Lighting Regimen on Diurnal Aspects of Protein Metabolism in Heart, Intestine, Pancreas and Liver Dynamics of Energy Components of Serum, Liver, Heart, Pancreas, Intestine, Spleen and Muscle Energy Costs of a Tuberculosis Infection Energy Costs of Infectious Illness and Exercise and Effects of Interactions of Infectious Illness, Exercise and Diet on Physical Well-Being.
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Medicine and Medical Research