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A systematic meta-analysis of oxygen-to-glucose and oxygen-to-carbohydrate ratios in the resting human brain

Glucose is the predominant fuel supporting brain function. If the brain's entire glucose supply is consumed by oxidative phosphorylation, the molar ratio of oxygen to glucose consumption (OGI) is equal to 6. An OGI of less than 6 is evidence of non-oxidative glucose metabolism. Several studies...

Journal Title: PLoS ONE 01 January 2018, Vol.13(9), p.e0204242
Main Author: Tyler Blazey
Other Authors: Abraham Z Snyder , Manu S Goyal , Andrei G Vlassenko , Marcus E Raichle
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