Generation of phosphodiesters during fast-to-slow muscle transformation. A 31P-NMR study.

Abstract

During rabbit fast-to-slow twitch muscle transformation, in response to electrical stimulation, the compound glycerophosphocholine can be detected in these muscles by 31P-NMR. This compound is not detectable in contralateral control muscles but is present in slow twitch soleus. 

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@article{Burt1982GenerationOP, title={Generation of phosphodiesters during fast-to-slow muscle transformation. A 31P-NMR study.}, author={C. Burt and Malcolm G. Pluskal and F A Sr{\'e}ter}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={1982}, volume={721 4}, pages={492-4} }