|Author:||Italy) International Symposium on Metabolic Effects of Alcohol (1979 : Milan|
|Title:||Metabolic Effects of Alcohol: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Metabolic Effects of Alcohol Held in Milan (Italy on June 18-21, 1979)|
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|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science Ltd; 1 edition (December 1, 1979)|
Series: Italy on June 18-21, 1979 (Book 1). Hardcover: 440 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0444801746. Shipping Weight: 1 pounds.
Alcohol, Alcoholism, Congresses, Physiological effect, Toxicology.
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Alcohol metabolism and cancer-Alcohol consumption can contribute to the risk for developing different cancers, including cancers of the upper respiratory tract, liver, colon or rectum, and breast (19). This occurs in several ways, including through the toxic effects of acetaldehyde (20). Where Alcohol Metabolism Takes Place. Alcohol is metabolized in the body mainly by the liver.
Effects of alcohol on sexual reflexes and mating behavior in the male dog. Q. J. Stud. Al. 29, 839Google Scholar. 117. Dewsburg, P. A. (1967). Effects of alcohol ingestion on copulatory behavior of male rats. Psychopharmacologia, 11, 276Google Scholar. 118. Hart, B. L. (1968). Effects of alcohol on sexual reflexes and mating behavior in the male dog. Androgens in Normal and Pathological Conditions, Proceedings Second Symposium on Steroid Hormones, Ghent, 1965, pp. 63–70. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica FoundationGoogle Scholar. Factors influencing the effects of alcohol on blood sugar and liver glycogen. 2, 263Google Scholar.
ANNOUNCEMENT 2nd International Symposium on Mass Spectrometry in Biochemistry and Medicine Milan, Italy, June 24th-26th, 1974 The Symposium will be devoted to gas chromatography-mass spectrom- etry, mass fragmentography, stable isotope measurements, field ionization, field desorption, chemical ionization, high resolution studies, data acquisition and processing.
Mezey E. Metabolic effects of alcohol. Federation Proceedings. 1985;44(1 I):134-138. In: Federation Proceedings. 1985 ; Vol. 44, No. 1 I. pp. 134-138. N2 - The metabolic effects of ethanol are due to a direct action of ethanol or its metabolites, changes in the redox state occurring during its metabolism, and modifications of the effects of ethanol by nutritional factors. Ethanol causes hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia depending on whether glycogen stores are adequate, inhibits protein synthesis, and results in fatty liver and in elevations in serum triglyceride levels.
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