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  • Journal article

  • Authors : Strobe, P; Galaz, A; Espíndola, F Villaroel (2020)

  • That post-mortem AMPK activity level is highly sensitive to temperature and not at in vitro changes in glycogen concentration. Their results suggest that that normal levels of pre-mortem muscle glycogen and an adequate cooling managing of carcasses are relevant to let an efficient glycogenolytic/glycolytic flow required for lactate accumulation and pH decline, trough of post-mortem AMPK signalling pathway.