Energy metabolism was investigated in striated muscles of adrenalectomized rats exposed to cold (3°C) for 4 h. Cold stress was shown not to change the ATP level, but it led to a decrease in the creatine phosphate, glycogen, and inorganic phosphorus concentrations in the muscles. The decrease in inorganic phosphate could be evidence of increased phosphorylation in the glycolytic chain.
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Korkach, V.I. Content of free nucleotides in muscles of adrenalectomized rats with cold stress. Bull Exp Biol Med 89, 298–300 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00834233
- adenine nucleotides