The role of fatty acids in ischemic tissue injury: difference between oleic and palmitic acid

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Guinea pig hearts were subjected to low-flow perfusion (0.3 ml/g fresh weight/min) with an oxygen depleted perfusate. Fatty acids (palmitic or oleic acid), added to the perfusate, accelerated in a dose-dependent manner the anoxic decay of creatine phosphate and ATP, impaired lactate production and augmented enzyme release (lactate dehydrogenase, malate… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01907458

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@article{Piper1986TheRO, title={The role of fatty acids in ischemic tissue injury: difference between oleic and palmitic acid}, author={Prof. Dr. H. M. Piper and A. Das}, journal={Basic Research in Cardiology}, year={1986}, volume={81}, pages={373-383} }