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Influence of amino acids on tissue respiration. 1. Glycineand alanine



Influence of amino acids on tissue respiration. 1. Glycineand alanine



Biochem. Ztschr 238: 351-363



The respiration of tissues, particularly if they had been kept some time, was increased by adding glycine in concentrations of M/100-M/300. Higher concentrations were no more effective. Glycyl-glycine and glycine ethyl ester gave similar effects. Alanine in concentrations of M/20 to M/50 markedly increased respiration, in higher concentrations inhibited it. Phenyl alanine and, to a lesser extent, alanyl-alanine had similar effects. Barbara E.

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