Sodium pyruvate is known as the salt of the conjugate anion form of pyruvic acid, better known as pyruvate. It is generally added to cell culture media as an additional source of energy. However, it may also have protective effects against hydrogen peroxide. Because pyruvate is an intermediate in several pathways for metabolism like glycolysis, sodium pyruvate has been utilised in several experiments with cell cultures that offer more energy.
In adipocytes, it was discovered that sodium pyruvate promoted increased uptake of insulin-mediated glucose. In the body, sodium pyruvate offers energy to cells is through pyruvate conversion to acetyl-CoA, where it can enter the TCA cycle that creates energy and is linked to other energy-producing processes. Along with having antioxidant properties as well as energy-producing effects, sodium pyruvate is known for its ability to travel across the blood-brain barrier and is utilised in numerous studies on brain injury because of these characteristics.
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