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COUPLED AND NONCOUPLED RESPIRATION IN RAT CARDIOCYTES

@inproceedings{Akhmerov2016COUPLEDAN,
  title={COUPLED AND NONCOUPLED RESPIRATION IN RAT CARDIOCYTES},
  author={R. N. Akhmerov and Bahodir A. Niyazmetov and S. Mirzakulov and D. S. Hamdamov and K. Almatov},
  year={2016}
}
The respiration of rat cardiocyties while oxidizing different substrates was studied polarographically to quantify rates of coupled and noncoupled respiration at 37 0 C in incubation medium. Cardiocyte respiration rates were higher in state-4 with succinate than with NAD-linked substrates especially being used high substrate concentration. The rate of the oxygen consumption in intact cardiocytes did not change after addition of NADH and ADP. In the presence of digitonin cаusing increase of… Expand

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