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Mechanism of the Pasteur Effect

Naturevolume 135pages995996 (1935) | Download Citation

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THE following recent observations are relevant to the aerobic glycolysis and increased oxygen uptake1 caused by addition of potassium salts to glucolysing brain slices, and also to the mechanism of the Pasteur effect.

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    Ashford and Dixon, Biochem. J., 29, 157; 1935.

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  1. Sir William Dunn Institute of Biochemistry, Cambridge

    • KENDAL DIXON
    •  & ERIC HOLMES

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