Metabolic response in Arenicola marina to limiting oxygen as reflected in the 1H-NMR oxymyoglobin signal.

@article{Kreutzer1997MetabolicRI,
  title={Metabolic response in Arenicola marina to limiting oxygen as reflected in the 1H-NMR oxymyoglobin signal.},
  author={Ulrike Kreutzer and Thomas Jue},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1997},
  volume={243 1-2},
  pages={233-9}
}
Many intertidal animals can endure prolonged periods of environmental stress and have developed strategies to preserve a functioning energy state in the cell. Recent 1H/31P-NMR techniques have allowed investigators to monitor directly mammalian tissue metabolism in vivo. In particular, the signals of myoglobin (Mb) offer a unique opportunity to explore the intracellular oxygen-partial-pressure [p(O2)] interaction in Arenicola marina, a standard model to study hypoxia tolerance in invertebrates… CONTINUE READING

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