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NADH (transport)
Glycerol Phosphate Shuttle or Aspartate-Malate Shuttle
Acetyl-CoA (transport)
Citrate
Fatty Acyl-CoA (transport)
Fatty Acyl-Carnitine
ATP & ADP (transport)
ATP-ADP translocase
Insulin
-high in well fed state
-favoring synthesis of glycogen, protein, & fat
Insulin/Glucagon Ratio
-decreases in post-absorptive state
-becomes very low in fasting state
Fatty Acids
-increase in the post-absorptinve state
-rises further when fasting
Ketone Bodies
-rise slightly in the post-absorptive state
-increase dramatically druing fasting & starvation
Alanine
-decreases, particulary during long term fasting (ie. starvation)
In well fed state, lactate...
-lactate returning to liver from muscle &red blood cells is converted to pyruvate, then acetyl-CoA, then to fat