Reply: The wandering argument favoring a lactic acidosis
Robergs, R.A., Ghiasvand, F., & Parker, D. (2006) Reply: The wandering argument favoring a lactic acidosis. American Journal of Physiology, 291(1), R238-R239.
To the Editor: We thank Drs. Kemp et al. (3) for the opportunity to once again comment on the biochemistry of metabolic acidosis. However, we remain convinced that this continued interchange is not sufficiently based on science to contribute to an increased understanding of the biochemistry of metabolic acidosis. In addition, we are concerned that the letter by Kemp et al. (3) may further confuse the purpose and accomplishments of our original manuscript (5)...
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|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Keywords:||adenosine diphosphate; adenosine phosphate; adenosine triphosphate; adenylate kinase; carboxylic acid; creatine phosphate; hexose; lactic acid; phosphate; proton; triose, blood pH; electrochemistry; energy metabolism; exercise; glycolysis; hydrolysis; hyperventilation; ionization; lactic acidosis; letter; medical research; muscle contraction; priority journal; proton transport; skeletal muscle; stoichiometry|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Health
Current > Schools > School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
|Deposited On:||09 Aug 2016 01:55|
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