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Changes in mitochondrial fatty acid composition following temperature acclimation of carp and their possible effects on FoF1-ATPase activity



Changes in mitochondrial fatty acid composition following temperature acclimation of carp and their possible effects on FoF1-ATPase activity



Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 29(3): 237-244



Carp undergo temperature acclimation of respiratory function by altering mitochondrial ATP synthase (FoF1-ATPase) both quantitatively and qualitatively (Itoi et al. 2003). To address such acclimation temperature-dependent changes of FoF1-ATPase activity, we investigated in this study the correlation between the fatty acid composition and FoF1-ATPase activity in fast muscle of thermally acclimated carp.

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DOI: 10.1023/b:fish.0000045721.26261.a4


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