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    1. 't Eijnde, BO; Van Leemputte, M; Brouns, F; Van der Vusse, GJ; Labarque, V; Ramaekers, M; Van Schuylenberg, R; Verbessem, P; Wijnen, H; Hespel, P
      No effects of oral ribose supplementation on repeated maximal exercise andde novo ATP resynthesis

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Duke, AM; Steele, DS
      Mechanisms of reduced SR Ca2+ release induced by inorganic phosphate in rat skeletal muscle fibers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Stoier, S; Aaslyng, MD; Olsen, EV; Henckel, P
      The effect of stress during lairage and stunning on muscle metabolism and drip loss in Danish pork

      MEAT SCIENCE
    4. Rockwell, JA; Rankin, JW; Toderico, B
      Creatine supplementation affects muscle creatine during energy restriction

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    5. Bangsbo, J; Krustrup, P; Gonzalez-Alonso, J; Saltin, B
      ATP production and efficiency of human skeletal muscle during intense exercise: effect of previous exercise

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    6. Karatzaferi, C; de Haan, A; Ferguson, RA; van Mechelen, W; Sargeant, AJ
      Phosphocreatine and ATP content in human single muscle fibres before and after maximum dynamic exercise

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Macdonald, WA; Stephenson, DG
      Effects of ADP on sarcoplasmic reticulum function in mechanically skinned skeletal muscle fibres of the rat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    8. Jennings, RB; Sebbag, L; Schwartz, LM; Crago, MS; Reimer, KA
      Metabolism of preconditioned myocardium: Effect of loss and reinstatement of cardioprotection

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    9. Engelen, MPKJ; Schols, AMWJ; Does, JD; Gosker, HR; Deutz, NEP; Wouters, EFM
      Exercise-induced lactate increase in relation to muscle substrates in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    10. Shimada, R; Ushio, H; Yamanaka, H
      Initial changes in ATP equivalents in the post mortem muscles of three species of lobster

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    11. Schuback, K; Essen-Gustavsson, B; Persson, SGB
      Effect of creatine supplementation on muscle metabolic response to a maximal treadmill exercise test in Standardbred horses

      EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL
    12. Duke, AM; Steele, DS
      Characteristics of phosphate-induced Ca2+ efflux from the SR in mechanically skinned rat skeletal muscle fibers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Smith, GL; Duncan, AM; Neary, P; Bruce, L; Burton, FL
      P-i inhibits the SR Ca2+ pump and stimulates pump-mediated Ca2+ leak in rabbit cardiac myocytes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Hargreaves, M
      Skeletal muscle metabolism during exercise in humans

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    15. McFalls, EO; Baldwin, DR; Marx, D; Maxwell, K; Ward, HB
      Glucose uptake increases relative to oxygen consumption during short-term hibernation

      BASIC RESEARCH IN CARDIOLOGY
    16. Kanemitsu, F; Mizushima, J; Kageoka, T; Okigaki, T; Taketa, K; Kira, S
      Characterization of two types of mitochondrial creatine kinase isolated from normal human cardiac muscle and brain tissue

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    17. Angelos, MG; Torres, CAA; Waite, MD; Rath, DP; Zhu, H; Beckley, PD; Palmer, BS; Robitaille, PML
      Left ventricular myocardial adenosine triphosphate changes during reperfusion of ventricular fibrillation: The influence of flow and epinephrine

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    18. Yao, SL; Shen, XC; Terada, S; Nagamune, T; Suzuki, E
      A new method of ATP regeneration rate measurement using a pH meter

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    19. Shi, H; Hamm, PH; Lawler, RG; Jackson, DC
      Different effects of simple anoxic lactic acidosis and simulated in vivo anoxic acidosis on turtle heart

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Erikson, U; Sigholt, T; Rustad, T; Einarsdottir, IE; Jorgensen, L
      Contribution of bleeding to total handling stress during slaughter of Atlantic salmon

      AQUACULTURE INTERNATIONAL
    21. Takaoka, A; Nakae, I; Mitsunami, K; Yabe, T; Morikawa, S; Inubushi, T; Kinoshita, M
      Renal ischemia/reperfusion remotely improves myocardial energy metabolism during myocardial ischemia via adenosine receptors in rabbits: Effects of "remote preconditioning"

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    22. Mateo, P; Stepanov, V; Gillet, B; Beloeil, JC; Hoerter, JA
      Cardiac performance and creatine kinase flux during inhibition of ATP synthesis in the perfused rat heart

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Kato, T; Murashita, J; Shioiri, T; Inubushi, T; Kato, N
      Relationship of energy metabolism detected by P-31-MRS in the human brain with mental fatigue

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    24. Kreis, R; Kamber, M; Koster, M; Felblinger, J; Slotboom, J; Hoppeler, H; Boesch, C
      Creatine supplementation - Part II: in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    25. Sugiyama, A; Aye, NN; Sawada, N; Hashimoto, K
      Cariporide, a highly selective Na+/H+ exchange inhibitor, suppresses the reperfusion-induced lethal arrhythmias and "overshoot" phenomenon of creatine phosphate in situ rat heart

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Stienen, GJM; Papp, Z; Zaremba, R
      Influence of inorganic phosphate and pH on sarcoplasmic reticular ATPase in skinned muscle fibres of Xenopus laevis

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    27. Heinanen, K; Nanto-Salonen, K; Komu, M; Erkintalo, M; Heinonen, OJ; Pulkki, K; Valtonen, M; Nikoskelainen, E; Alanen, A; Simell, O
      Muscle creatine phosphate in gyrate atrophy of the choroid and retina withhyperornithinaemia-clues to pathogenesis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    28. Heinanen, K; Nanto-Salonen, K; Komu, M; Erkintalo, M; Alanen, A; Heinonen, OJ; Pulkki, K; Nikoskelainen, E; Sipila, I; Simell, O
      Creatine corrects muscle P-31 spectrum in gyrate atrophy with hyperornithinaemia

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    29. Docherty, JC; Kuzio, B; Silvester, JA; Bowes, J; Thiemermann, C
      An inhibitor of poly (ADP-ribose) synthetase activity reduces contractile dysfunction and preserves high energy phosphate levels during reperfusion of the ischaemic rat heart

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Murashita, J; Kato, T; Shioiri, T; Inubushi, T; Kato, N
      Age-dependent alteration of metabolic response to photic stimulation in the human brain measured by P-31 MR-spectroscopy

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. HARGREAVES M; MCKENNA MJ; JENKINS DG; WARMINGTON SA; LI JL; SNOW RJ; FEBBRAIO MA
      MUSCLE METABOLITES AND PERFORMANCE DURING HIGH-INTENSITY, INTERMITTENT EXERCISE

      Journal of applied physiology
    32. VOGT AM; KUBLER W
      HEART-FAILURE - IS THERE AN ENERGY DEFICIT CONTRIBUTING TO CONTRACTILE DYSFUNCTION

      Basic research in cardiology
    33. BANGSBO J
      QUANTIFICATION OF ANAEROBIC ENERGY-PRODUCTION DURING INTENSE EXERCISE

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    34. BLONC S; CASAS H; DUCHE P; BEAUNE B; BEDU M
      EFFECT OF RECOVERY DURATION ON THE FORCE-VELOCITY RELATIONSHIP

      International journal of sports medicine
    35. ETCHEVERRY SB; WILLIAMS PAM
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN VANADYL(IV) CATION AND THE SYSTEM CREATINE, CREATINE-PHOSPHATE AND CREATININE

      Journal of inorganic biochemistry
    36. STAPLETON MT; ALLSHIRE AP
      MODULATION OF RIGOR AND MYOSIN ATPASE ACTIVITY IN RAT CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    37. WANG D; TANG J; CORREIA LR; GILL TA
      POSTMORTEM CHANGES OF CULTIVATED ATLANTIC SALMON AND THEIR EFFECTS ONSALT UPTAKE

      Journal of food science
    38. Ando, M; Niho, H; Tsukamasa, Y; Makinodan, Y
      Valuation of cultured spotted halibut Verasper variegatus by comparing with cultured plaice Paralichthys olivaceus

      NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI
    39. PIETRI S; LIEBGOTT T; FREJAVILLE C; TORDO P; CULCASI M
      NITRONE SPIN TRAPS AND THEIR PYRROLIDINE ANALOGS IN MYOCARDIAL REPERFUSION INJURY - HEMODYNAMIC AND ESR IMPLICATIONS - EVIDENCE FOR A CARDIOPROTECTIVE PHOSPHONATE EFFECT FOR 5-(DIETHOXYPHOSPHORYL)-5-METHYL-1-PYRROLINE N-OXIDE IN RAT HEARTS

      European journal of biochemistry
    40. HARRISON GJ; WILLIS RJ; HEADRICK JP
      EXTRACELLULAR ADENOSINE LEVELS AND CELLULAR-ENERGY METABOLISM IN ISCHEMICALLY PRECONDITIONED RAT-HEART

      Cardiovascular Research
    41. YASPELKIS BB; CASTLE AL; FARRAR RP; IVY JL
      EFFECT OF CHRONIC ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION AND BETA-GPA DIET ON GLUT4 PROTEIN-CONCENTRATION IN RAT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    42. FOWLER MD; RYSCHON TW; WYSONG RE; COMBS CA; BALABAN RS
      NORMALIZED METABOLIC STRESS FOR P-31-MR SPECTROSCOPY STUDIES OF HUMANSKELETAL-MUSCLE - MVC VS MUSCLE VOLUME

      Journal of applied physiology
    43. TERRILLION KA; KOLKHORST FW; DOLGENER FA; JOSLYN SJ
      THE EFFECT OF CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON 2 700-M MAXIMAL RUNNING BOUTS

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT NUTRITION
    44. BURTON FL; SMITH GL
      THE EFFECT OF CROMAKALIM ON INTRACELLULAR [CA2-MUSCLE DURING FATIGUE AND METABOLIC BLOCKADE(] IN ISOLATED RAT SKELETAL)

      Experimental physiology
    45. TAKAHASHI S; NAKAMURA H
      DETERMINATION OF ORGANIC-PHOSPHATES IN RAT-HEART MUSCLE WITH AN ORGANIC-PHOSPHATES ANALYZER

      Analytical sciences
    46. DAWSON B; GOODMAN C; LAWRENCE S; PREEN D; POLGLAZE T; FITZSIMONS M; FOURNIER P
      MUSCLE PHOSPHOCREATINE REPLETION FOLLOWING SINGLE AND REPEATED SHORT SPRINT EFFORTS

      Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports
    47. SAHLIN K; SODERLUND K; TONKONOGI M; HIRAKOBA K
      PHOSPHOCREATINE CONTENT IN SINGLE FIBERS OF HUMAN MUSCLE AFTER SUSTAINED SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    48. ZHANG JY; ISHIBASHI Y; ZHANG Y; EIJGELSHOVEN MHJ; DUNCKER DJ; MERKLE H; BACHE RJ; UGURBIL K; FROM AHL
      MYOCARDIAL BIOENERGETICS DURING ACUTE HIBERNATION

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    49. HE MX; WANG S; DOWNEY HF
      CORRELATION BETWEEN MYOCARDIAL CONTRACTILE-FORCE AND CYTOSOLIC INORGANIC-PHOSPHATE DURING EARLY ISCHEMIA

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    50. SHI H; HAMM PH; MEYERS RS; LAWLER RG; JACKSON DC
      MECHANISMS OF PH(I) RECOVERY FROM NH4CL-INDUCED ACIDOSIS IN ANOXIC ISOLATED TURTLE HEART - A P-31-NMR STUDY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    51. YASPELKIS BB; CASTLE AL; FARRAR RP; IVY JL
      CONTRACTION-INDUCED INTRACELLULAR SIGNALS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO MUSCLE GLUT-4 CONCENTRATION

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    52. HEGSTAD AC; ANTONSEN OH; YTREHUS K
      LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE IMPROVE POSTISCHEMIC METABOLIC AND FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY IN ISOLATED-PERFUSED RAT HEARTS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    53. HUBLEY MJ; LOCKE BR; MOERLAND TS
      REACTION-DIFFUSION ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE DYNAMICS IN GOLDFISH SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    54. YOKOYAMA Y
      STUDIES ON POSTMORTEM CHANGES IN HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE-COMPOUNDS OF FISH AND SHELLFISH

      Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi
    55. WANG G; KAWAI M
      FORCE GENERATION AND PHOSPHATE RELEASE STEPS IN SKINNED RABBIT SOLEUSSLOW-TWITCH MUSCLE-FIBERS

      Biophysical journal
    56. KJAER M; SECHER NH; BANGSBO J; PERKO G; HORN A; MOHR T; GALBO H
      HORMONAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO ELECTRICALLY-INDUCED CYCLING DURING EPIDURAL-ANESTHESIA IN HUMANS

      Journal of applied physiology
    57. ANDO M; BANNO A; HAITANI M; HIRAI H; NAKAGAWA T; MAKINODAN Y
      INFLUENCE ON POSTMORTEM RIGOR OF FISH BODY AND MUSCULAR ATP CONSUMPTION BY THE DESTRUCTION OF SPINAL-CORD IN SEVERAL FISHES

      Fisheries science
    58. ITOYA M; MALLET RT; GAO ZP; WILLIAMS AG; DOWNEY HF
      STABILITY OF HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATES IN RIGHT VENTRICLE - MYOCARDIAL ENERGETICS DURING RIGHT CORONARY HYPOTENSION

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    59. DEMAISON L; MOREAU D; MARTINE L; CHAUDRON I; GRYNBERG A
      MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA AND IN-VITRO MITOCHONDRIAL METABOLIC EFFICIENCY

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    60. FERRARO S; CODELLA C; PALUMBO F; DESIDERIO A; TRIMIGLIOZZI P; MADDALENA G; CHIARIELLO M
      HEMODYNAMIC-EFFECTS OF CREATINE-PHOSPHATE IN PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE - A DOUBLE-BLIND COMPARISON TRIAL VERSUS PLACEBO

      Clinical cardiology
    61. NAKAI T; KANO S; SATOH K; HOSHI K; ICHIHARA K
      EFFECTS OF ADENINE-NUCLEOTIDE ANALOGS ON MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION DURING REPERFUSION AFTER ISCHEMIA IN DOGS

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    62. TUGANOWSKI W
      THE EFFECTS OF PHOSPHOCREATINE INTRODUCED SIMULTANEOUSLY INTO MANY CARDIAC-CELLS

      Pflugers Archiv
    63. LIVINGSTON BE; ALTSCHULD RA; HOHL CM
      METABOLIC COMPARTMENTALIZATION IN NEONATAL SWINE MYOCYTES

      Pediatric research
    64. GROSS WL; BAK MI; INGWALL JS; ARSTALL MA; SMITH TW; BALLIGAND JL; KELLY RA
      NITRIC-OXIDE INHIBITS CREATINE-KINASE AND REGULATES RAT-HEART CONTRACTILE RESERVE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    65. POITRY S; TSACOPOULOS M; FEIN A; CORNWALL MC
      KINETICS OF OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND LIGHT-INDUCED-CHANGES OF NUCLEOTIDES IN SOLITARY ROD PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of general physiology
    66. WILLIAMS JP; HEADRICK JP
      DIFFERENCES IN NUCLEOTIDE COMPARTMENTATION AND ENERGY STATE IN ISOLATED AND IN-SITU RAT-HEART - ASSESSMENT BY P-31-NMR SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    67. COOKE WH; GRANDJEAN PW; BARNES WS
      EFFECT OF ORAL CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON POWER OUTPUT AND FATIGUE DURING BICYCLE ERGOMETRY

      Journal of applied physiology
    68. MAUGHAN RJ
      CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT NUTRITION
    69. RAMELLA SG; HADJAISSA A; BARBIEUX A; STEGHENS JP; COLPART JJ; ZECH P; POZET N
      EVALUATION OF A HIGH SODIUM LOW POTASSIUM COLD-STORAGE SOLUTION BY THE ISOLATED-PERFUSED RAT-KIDNEY TECHNIQUE

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    70. VANDENBORNE K; WALTER G; PLOUTZSNYDER L; STARON R; FRY A; DEMEIRLEIR K; DUDLEY GA; LEIGH JS
      ENERGY-RICH PHOSPHATES IN SLOW AND FAST HUMAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    71. COLCLASURE GC; PARKER JC; DUNHAM PB
      CREATINE-KINASE IS REQUIRED FOR SWELLING-ACTIVATED K-CL COTRANSPORT IN DOG RED-BLOOD-CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    72. YOKOTA R; FUJIWARA H; MIYAMAE M; TANAKA M; YAMASAKI K; ITOH S; KOGA K; YABUUCHI Y; SASAYAMA S
      TRANSIENT ADENOSINE INFUSION BEFORE ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION PROTECTSAGAINST METABOLIC DAMAGE IN PIG HEARTS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    73. ARMIGER LC; HEADRICK JP; JORDAN LR; WILLIS RJ
      BOUND INORGANIC-PHOSPHATE AND EARLY CONTRACTILE FAILURE IN GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA

      Basic research in cardiology
    74. KOBUSIEWICZ W; OGONOWSKAKOBUSIEWICZ M; MICHALAK J; ZYWICKI W; LEDWOZYW A
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF VERAPAMIL ON REGIONAL MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIC-INJURYIN DOG

      Acta veterinaria Hungarica
    75. CHEN LL; ROBERTS R; FRIEDMAN DL
      EXPRESSION OF BRAIN-TYPE CREATINE-KINASE AND UBIQUITOUS MITOCHONDRIALCREATINE-KINASE IN THE FETAL-RAT BRAIN - EVIDENCE FOR A NUCLEAR-ENERGY SHUTTLE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    76. HAPPE HK; MURRIN LC
      IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION ANALYSIS OF CHOT1, A CREATINE TRANSPORTER, IN THE RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of comparative neurology
    77. NEUBAUER S; HORN M; NAUMANN A; TIAN R; HU K; LASER M; FRIEDRICH J; GAUDRON P; SCHNACKERZ K; INGWALL JS; ERTI G
      IMPAIRMENT OF ENERGY-METABOLISM IN INTACT RESIDUAL MYOCARDIUM OF RAT HEARTS WITH CHRONIC MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    78. BALSOM PD; SODERLUND K; SJODIN B; EKBLOM B
      SKELETAL-MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING SHORT-DURATION HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE - INFLUENCE OF CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    79. MITA M; FUJIWARA A; DESANTIS R; YASUMASU I
      HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE-COMPOUNDS IN SPERMATOZOA OF THE SEA-URCHINS ARBACIA-LIXULA AND PARACENTROTUS-LIVIDUS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    80. WEIGEL G; GRIESMACHER A; TOMA C; LEUKAUF C; SCHREINER W; WOLNER E
      THE PROTECTIVE POTENCY OF 2 COMMONLY USED CARDIOPLEGIC SOLUTIONS ON CULTURED ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS EXPOSED TO FREE-OXYGEN RADICALS INJURY

      Free radical biology & medicine
    81. FERRANDON P; BARCELO B; PERCHE JC; SCHOFFS AR
      EFFECTS OF DIPYRIDAMOLE, SOLUFLAZINE AND RELATED MOLECULES ON ADENOSINE UPTAKE AND METABOLISM BY ISOLATED HUMAN RED-BLOOD-CELLS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    82. LEVIN RM; HAUGAARD N; EIKA B; PACKARD D; MCGUIRE EJ; ELBADAWI A; WEIN AJ
      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CAT AND RABBIT URINARY-BLADDER

      Neurourol. urodyn.
    83. SARGENT CA; DZWONCZYK S; SLEPH P; WILDE M; GROVER GJ
      PYRUVATE INCREASES THRESHOLD FOR PRECONDITIONING IN GLOBALLY ISCHEMICRAT HEARTS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    84. PAYNE RM; STRAUSS AW
      EXPRESSION OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL CREATINE-KINASE GENES

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    85. SWEENEY HL
      THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CREATINE-KINASE REACTION - THE CONCEPT OF METABOLIC CAPACITANCE

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    86. PAYNE RM; STRAUSS AW
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF SARCOMERIC AND UBIQUITOUS MITOCHONDRIAL CREATINE-KINASE IS TISSUE-SPECIFIC

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    87. KATO T; TAKAHASHI S; SHIOIRI T; MURASHITA J; HAMAKAWA H; INUBUSHI T
      REDUCTION OF BRAIN PHOSPHOCREATINE IN BIPOLAR-II DISORDER DETECTED BYP-31 MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Journal of affective disorders
    88. TUGANOWSKI W
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC AND INOTROPIC EFFECTS OF O-BENZYL-PHOSPHOCREATINE IN RABBIT MYOCARDIUM

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    89. ERECINSKA M; NELSON D
      EFFECTS OF 3-NITROPROPIONIC ACID ON SYNAPTOSOMAL ENERGY AND TRANSMITTER METABOLISM - RELEVANCE TO NEURODEGENERATIVE BRAIN DISEASES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    90. WITTNICH C; TORRANCE SM
      DOES THE SEVERITY OF ACUTE-HYPOXIA INFLUENCE NEONATAL MYOCARDIAL-METABOLISM AND SENSITIVITY TO ISCHEMIA

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    91. OHSUZU F; BESSHO M; YANAGIDA S; SAKATA N; TAKAYAMA E; NAKAMURA H
      COMPARATIVE MEASUREMENT OF MYOCARDIAL ATP AND CREATINE-PHOSPHATE BY 2CHEMICAL-EXTRACTION METHODS AND P-31-NMR SPECTROSCOPY

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    92. BOTKER HE; KIMOSE HH; HELLIGSO P; NIELSEN TT
      ANALYTICAL EVALUATION OF HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE DETERMINATION BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY IN MYOCARDIAL TISSUE

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    93. YANAGIDA S; OHSUZU F; SAKATA N; MAIE S; AKANUMA M; TAKAYAMA E; HAYASHI K; AOSAKI N; NAKAMURA H
      PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF VERAPAMIL AND ADENOSINE TREATMENT ON HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE-METABOLISM IN ISCHEMIC AND REPERFUSED MYOCARDIUM

      Japanese Heart Journal
    94. SASAKI Y; ISHIGURO N; MIURA T
      EFFECTS OF THROMBOXANE-A(2) SYNTHETASE INHIBITOR (CV-4151) ON REPERFUSED SKELETAL-MUSCLE IN RATS

      European surgical research
    95. TAJIMA M; KATAYOSE D; BESSHO M; ISOYAMA S
      ACUTE ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING AND CHRONIC HYPOXIA INDEPENDENTLY INCREASE MYOCARDIAL TOLERANCE TO ISCHEMIA

      Cardiovascular Research
    96. ZHANG JY; SHORR L; YOSHIYAMA M; MERKLE H; GARWOOD M; HOMANS DC; BACHE RJ; UGURBIL K; FROM AHL
      HYPERPERFUSION AND CARDIOPLEGIA EFFECTS ON MYOCARDIAL HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE DISTRIBUTION AND ENERGY-EXPENDITURE

      The American journal of physiology
    97. HAJJAR RJ; INGWALL JS; GWATHMEY JK
      MECHANISM OF ACTION OF 2,3-BUTANEDIONE MONOXIME ON CONTRACTURE DURINGMETABOLIC INHIBITION

      The American journal of physiology
    98. BACHE RJ; ZHANG JY; PATH G; MERKLE H; HENDRICH K; FROM AHL; UGURBIL K
      HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE RESPONSES TO TACHYCARDIA AND INOTROPIC STIMULATION IN LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY

      The American journal of physiology
    99. VANLAMBALGEN AA; VANKRAATS AA; MULDER MF; TEERLINK T; VANDENBOS GC
      HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATES IN HEART, LIVER, KIDNEY, AND SKELETAL-MUSCLE OF ENDOTOXEMIC RATS

      The American journal of physiology
    100. EIDELMAN Y; GLAT PM; PACHTER HL; CABRERA R; ROSENBERG C
      THE EFFECTS OF TOPICAL HYPOTHERMIA AND STEROIDS ON ATP LEVELS IN AN IN-VIVO LIVER ISCHEMIA MODEL

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care


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