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  • I made the ship the electric duplicate of a D-glucose molecule and hoped the cell would do the normal thing and interact with a molecule of ATP -- adenosine triphosphate.

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  • Did you know that D-glucose is also called dextrose?

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  • Cells were grown in RPMI 1640 medium (2 mg/ml D-glucose) supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum.

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  • Mice were decapitated and brains were transferred to ice-cold HBSS (Gibco) with 20 mM HEPES (Sigma), 6 mg / ml D-glucose (Sigma) and pen / strep

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  • He says when a balanced electrolyte solution is offered, the amount of dextrose (D-glucose) present will cause a slight increase in plasma glucose but will not cause increased insulin release during exercise.

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  • Neurons were grown in Minimum Essential Medium (MEM, GIBCO Invitrogen) supplemented with 5\% of Serum Supreme (Biowhittaker), 28.3 mM D-glucose and 0. 1\% of Mito+

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  • The amount of D-glucose is negligible in terms of meeting the energy demands of exercise and is present only to help with the intestinal uptake of water and electrolytes.

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  • The amount of D-glucose is negligible in terms of meeting the energy demands of exercise and is present only to help with the intestinal uptake of water and electrolytes.

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  • Lindinger says the provision of about 6\% of dextrose (D-glucose) will help in the uptake of sodium and chloride ions, while around 2\% of fructose may help in the intestinal absorption of potassium - as well as improve the solution's palatability to the horse.

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  • He says when a balanced electrolyte solution is offered, the amount of dextrose (D-glucose) present will cause a slight increase in plasma glucose but will not cause increased insulin release during exercise.

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