Metabolic and functional consequences of successive no-flow and sustained low-flow ischaemia; a 31P MRS study in rat hearts.

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Recently, a model of acute hibernation, based on successive no-flow and low-flow ischaemia in the isolated rabbit heart has been described. In the present study this model was used in isolated rat hearts. 31P NMR was used to follow the time course of intracellular pH (pHi) and high-energy phosphates; mechanical activity of the heart was assessed… (More)

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@article{Binsbergen1996MetabolicAF, title={Metabolic and functional consequences of successive no-flow and sustained low-flow ischaemia; a 31P MRS study in rat hearts.}, author={X A van Binsbergen and Jan G Van Emous and R. Ferrari and Cees J. A. van Echteld and Tom J. C. Ruigrok}, journal={Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology}, year={1996}, volume={28 12}, pages={2373-81} }