Common phenotype of resting mouse extensor digitorum longus and soleus muscles: equal ATPase and glycolytic flux during transient anoxia.

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Rates of ATPase and glycolysis are several times faster in actively contracting mouse extensor digitorum longus muscle (EDL) than soleus (SOL), but we find these rates are not distinguishable at rest. We used a transient anoxic perturbation of steady state energy balance to decrease phosphocreatine (PCr) reversibly and to measure the rates of ATPase and of… (More)
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.2009.185934

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@article{Vinnakota2010CommonPO, title={Common phenotype of resting mouse extensor digitorum longus and soleus muscles: equal ATPase and glycolytic flux during transient anoxia.}, author={K. C. Vinnakota and Joshua Rusk and Lauren K. Palmer and Eric G. Shankland and Martin J. Kushmerick}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={2010}, volume={588 Pt 11}, pages={1961-83} }