Purine Nucleotide Metabolism in Primary Rat Skeletal Muscle Cultures
The various pathways of purine nucleotide metabolism in intact skeletal muscle tissue under physiological conditions have not as yet been fully characterized. This, despite the quantitative predominance of this tissue in the mammalian body, and despite the important role of purine nucleotides in its contractile function.
KeywordsPurine Nucleotide Orotic Acid Oxidative Pentose Phosphate Pathway Purine Synthesis Purine Derivative
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