Enzymic and physiological studies on normal and disused developing fast and slow cat muscles.

@article{Mann1970EnzymicAP,
  title={Enzymic and physiological studies on normal and disused developing fast and slow cat muscles.},
  author={Wilbur S. Mann and Bernard Salafsky},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={208 1},
  pages={33-47}
}
1. Contraction time (CT), (1/2) relaxation time ((1/2) RT), maximum twitch-tetanus tensions and the activity of two glycolytic enzymes (aldolase, pyruvic kinase) and two oxidative enzymes (malic and isocitric dehydrogenase) was studied in anterior tibialis (AT) and soleus (SOL) muscles from birth to 18 weeks of age.2. One hind leg of each of six kittens was casted at birth and the above parameters were examined in both casted and contralateral AT and SOL at 18 weeks of age.3. Differentiation of… CONTINUE READING

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