Observation of tissue metabolites using 31P nuclear magnetic resonance

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31P NMR spectra of intact biological tissues can now be observed. The use of the spectra to study the course of reactions within the tissues is illustrated by experiments on muscle and its glycogen particle fraction.

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Hoult, D., Busby, S., Gadian, D. et al. Observation of tissue metabolites using 31P nuclear magnetic resonance. Nature 252, 285–287 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1038/252285a0

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