The time dependence of Lactate (Lac), H+, Adenosine-triphosphate (ATP), Phosphocreatine (PCr), Hexose-monophosphate (PME), and Inorganic Phosphate (Pi) levels has been obtained for frog muscle at rest in anaerobic conditions by multinuclear NMR. All information has been collected on the same samples alternatively tuning the probehead on 1H- and 31P-NMR frequencies. ATP, PCr and H+ levels show the same time dependence for all the samples, while PME, Pi and Lac levels vary in time differently from one sample to another. No direct correlation between the Lac appearance and the H+ concentration has been found.

NMR monitoring of the anaerobic metabolism of frog muscle at rest / M. GUSSONI, A.M. GIULIANI, A. RIPAMONTI, C.A. BOICELLI. - In: PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS AND MEDICAL NMR. - ISSN 0748-6642. - 22::4(1990), pp. 233-240.

NMR monitoring of the anaerobic metabolism of frog muscle at rest

M. GUSSONI;
1990

Abstract

The time dependence of Lactate (Lac), H+, Adenosine-triphosphate (ATP), Phosphocreatine (PCr), Hexose-monophosphate (PME), and Inorganic Phosphate (Pi) levels has been obtained for frog muscle at rest in anaerobic conditions by multinuclear NMR. All information has been collected on the same samples alternatively tuning the probehead on 1H- and 31P-NMR frequencies. ATP, PCr and H+ levels show the same time dependence for all the samples, while PME, Pi and Lac levels vary in time differently from one sample to another. No direct correlation between the Lac appearance and the H+ concentration has been found.
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