Distribution and Ultrastructural Localization of Carbonic Anhydrase III in Different Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types

  • Pierre Frémont
  • Pierre M. Charest
  • Claude Côté
  • Peter A. Rogers

Abstract

Prior to the discovery of carbonic anhydrase (CA) III two groups reported the existence of a protein of approximately 30 kDa in the soluble enzyme fraction of skeletal muscle. This unidentified protein was designated “protein F”38 and basic muscle protein.5 Several years later, a number of studies18,19,27,35 clearly established that this 30-kDa protein, which is found predominantly in skeletal muscle, was a third CA isozyme different from CA I and CA II. This CA isozyme, first called CA A,18 is now designated CA III.

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Carbonic Anhydrase Fiber Type Skeletal Muscle Fiber Carbonic Anhydrase Activity Fiber Type Composition 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pierre Frémont
    • 1
  • Pierre M. Charest
    • 1
  • Claude Côté
    • 1
  • Peter A. Rogers
    • 1
  1. 1.Muscle Biology Research GroupLaval UniversitySte-FoyCanada

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