Cori Cycle - recycling of lactic acid
Lactate generated by anaerobic exercise processed by the liver into glucose and delivered into the bloodstream for further usage by muscles. (THE CORI CYCLE)
Gerty Cori changed the face of medicine by describing the Cori Cycle, an important part of metabolism involving lactic acid, glycogen, and glucose. @EvaVarga.net
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Cori cycle | definition of Cori cycle by Medical dictionary
The Cori cycle
Temporary Rationalization of the Cori Cycle
Cori cycle. Glucose is transported to skeletal muscle and red blood cells for energy needs. Red blood cells or anaerobic exercise produce lactate, which is transported to the liver for reconversion to pyruvate and then to glucose.