Excited Exercise on Succinate Dehydrogenase and Lactate Dehydrogenase Activities in Mouse Hepatocytes

  • Zhong Cai
Keywords: Mouse Liver Cells, Intense Rxercise, Succinate Dehydrogenase Activity, Lactate Dehydrogenase Activity


In recent years, there have been many studies on the activity of these two enzymes in the blood and
skeletal muscle of athletes. It is recognized that the level of SDH (succinate dehydrogenase) activity represents
the level of oxidative capacity in muscle fibers; LDH (lactic acid dehydration) Hydrogenase) marks the ability
of glycogen anaerobic glycolysis in muscle fibers; ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and CPK (phosphocreatine
kinase) are related to muscle fiber contraction. In order to further explore the impact of sports on the structure,
physiological function, and biochemical changes of various organs of the human body, and to provide a little
morphological basis for filling the gap of the effect of exercise on liver cells in sports anatomy textbooks, we
designed enzymes in histochemistry To observe the changes of succinate dehydrogenase and lactate
dehydrogenase activities in hepatocytes of mice after intense exercise. In this paper, through the establishment
of animal models to study the effects of hypoxic training on the key enzymes of aerobic metabolism in rats,
schizophrenic acid dehydrogenase (SDH) and the key enzyme of anaerobic metabolism, lactate dehydrogenase
(LDH), At the same time, this experiment also hopes to provide more information for the study of hypoxic
training on aerobic exercise ability and anaerobic exercise ability of rats by observing the effect of normal
pressure over-exertion training on mice, and to provide hypoxic training in actual exercise The application and
development in training provide a little inspiration. The results showed that Xiaobai was in an over-excited
exercise. The subjects in the ordinary group had a sharp increase in succinate dehydrogenase activity
immediately after exercise (P <0.01), which could reach 144% of the quiet value. After hours of recovery, the
activity of succinate dehydrogenase decreased rapidly and basically returned to a quiet state (P> 0.05).