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In vivo assessment of Mg 2 + in human brain and skeletal muscle by 31 P-MRS

@inproceedings{Iotti2008InVA,
  title={In vivo assessment of Mg 2 + in human brain and skeletal muscle by 31 P-MRS},
  author={S. Iotti and E. Malucelli},
  year={2008}
}
  • S. Iotti, E. Malucelli
  • Published 2008
  • Phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy offers a unique opportunity to measure in vivo the free cytosolic magnesium [Mg] of different tissues. In particular, this technique has been employed in human brain and in skeletal muscle providing new hints on Mg homeostasis and on its involvement in cellular bioenergetics. In skeletal muscle it has been shown that the changes of free Mg concentration occurring during contraction and in post-exercise recovery are mainly due to the cytosolic pH… CONTINUE READING
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