PMID: 5763Dec 1, 1975

Comparative aspects of buffering capacity in muscle

Respiration Physiology
G Lykkeboe, K Johansen

Abstract

These findings are discussed in relation to the contention that a high buffer value is linked to a high work performance. This generalization does not extend to the "white" breast muscle of chicken. Its high buffer value is in part due to a high content of the dipeptides carnosine and anserine. Additionally, a hypothesis is advanced that muscle, e.g. pigeon breast muscle, can in part regulate intracellular pH by changes in the steady state concentrations of the glycolytic and citric acid cycle acids. Notably this form of pH regulation has no inherent energy requirement.

References

Feb 1, 1975·Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology·G H Parker, J C George
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Jun 1, 1973·Respiration Physiology·R F Burton
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Citations

Nov 1, 1984·Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology·K Yoshitomi, E Frömter
Feb 1, 1987·International Journal for Parasitology·D F Mettrick
Apr 1, 1978·Respiration Physiology·R F Burton
Nov 1, 1982·Respiration Physiology·W J LammJ Hildebrandt
Jan 1, 1982·Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology·S Long
Jan 1, 1985·The Journal of General Physiology·D Piwnica-WormsM Lieberman

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