**1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM: STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION.

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Abstract

Previous NMR studies of intermediary metabolism have emphasized **3**1P NMR spectroscopy to monitor energy state of tissue and cells. Generation of these high energy phosphates depends on metabolism of carbon substrates through enzyme catalyzed reactions that are sensitive to physiological variables. Because **1**3C enriched substrates may be detected in tissue, flux of these substrates may in principle be measured by magnetization transfer techniques. We have compared two methods to measure flow through alanine aminotransferase in solution and in perfused hearts.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Place of PublicationZurich, Switz
PublisherUniv Zurich, Dep of Physics
Pages481-482
Number of pages2
StatePublished - 1984

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Metabolism
Magnetization
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Substrates
Tissue
Electron energy levels
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Phosphates
Enzymes
Fluxes
Carbon

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Sherry, A. D., Malloy, C. R., & Nunally, R. L. (1984). **1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM: STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 481-482). Zurich, Switz: Univ Zurich, Dep of Physics.

**1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM : STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION. / Sherry, A. Dean; Malloy, Craig R.; Nunally, Ray L.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Zurich, Switz : Univ Zurich, Dep of Physics, 1984. p. 481-482.

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Sherry, AD, Malloy, CR & Nunally, RL 1984, **1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM: STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Univ Zurich, Dep of Physics, Zurich, Switz, pp. 481-482.
Sherry AD, Malloy CR, Nunally RL. **1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM: STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Zurich, Switz: Univ Zurich, Dep of Physics. 1984. p. 481-482
Sherry, A. Dean ; Malloy, Craig R. ; Nunally, Ray L. / **1**3C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM : STUDIES OF ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION. Unknown Host Publication Title. Zurich, Switz : Univ Zurich, Dep of Physics, 1984. pp. 481-482
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