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Skeletal muscle energy metabolism and fatigue during intense contraction in man

@inproceedings{Greenhaff2010SkeletalME,
  title={Skeletal muscle energy metabolism and fatigue during intense contraction in man},
  author={Paul L. Greenhaff and Karin S{\"o}derlund and Eric Hultman},
  year={2010}
}
The rate of skeletal muscle anaerobic A TP resynthesis is rapid when compared with aerobic resynthesis, however a high rate of anaerobic resynthesis can only be maintained for short periods of time. Table 1 shows the rates of A TP resynthesis from phosphocreatine (pCr) and glycolysis during 30s of near maximal isometrie contraction in man. Af ter only 1.3s of contraction the rate of PCr utilisation begins to decline, while the corresponding rate from glycolysis does not peak until af ter 3s of… 

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