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Lactate dehydrogenase activity and lactate pyruvate ratio in muscle of thermally acclimated goldfish carassius auratus

, : Lactate dehydrogenase activity and lactate pyruvate ratio in muscle of thermally acclimated goldfish carassius auratus. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology B 74(4): 775-780

Some glycolytic metabolites were determined for red muscle (RM) and white muscle (WM) of goldfish acclimated to and C. Lactate pyruvate (L/P) was higher in RM than in WM. Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) of RM was slightly more susceptible to inhibition by lactate than WM-LDH. At L/P found in vivo under resting conditions, RM-LDH was .apprx. 3 times as inhibited as WM-LDH. When C fish were forced to swim at C, the increase of L/P in WM was mainly due to increased lactate level and that in RM was ascribed to decreased pryuvate level. These changes were obscure in C fish.


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