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Plasma lacate dehydrogenase isozyme after 400 meter sprinting in long distance runners and untrained subjects



Plasma lacate dehydrogenase isozyme after 400 meter sprinting in long distance runners and untrained subjects



Japanese Journal of Physiology 36(2): 391-396



Plasma LDH activity and LDH isozyme following 400-m sprinting were determined in 8 long-distance runners and 7 untrained subjects. There is a significant correlation between the mean velocity of the 400-m sprint and LDH-5 or LDH-4 + 5 in the long-distance runners, but not in the untrained subjects.

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