creatine phosphate

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Synonyms for creatine phosphate

an organic compound of creatine and phosphoric acid

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Creatine supplementation in chronic heart failure increases skeletal muscle creatine phosphate and muscle performance.
Thus, rapid depletion of muscle creatine phosphate (CP) is believed to be a limiting factor during anaerobic work.
Interestingly, Thorelius [135] showed that creatine phosphate in a
Extraction and assay of creatine phosphate, purine, and pyridine nucleotides in cardiac tissue by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
The produced particles, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and creatine phosphate (CP) are energy providers.
Creatine supplementation in chronc heart failure increases skeeltal muscle creatine phosphate and muscle performance.
15) This creatine phosphate (CrP) is used to rapidly replenish ATP stores during maximal efforts and is essential in efforts lasting 5-10 seconds.
In addition to 1300 mg of NT Factor, Healthy Aging delivers 20 mg of Mitochondrial Fuel Blend, which consists of potassium pyruvate, alphaketoglutaric acid, L-carnitine-L-tartrate and creatine phosphate.
Once inside the cells, vanadium chelates to many intracellular ligands, such as creatine phosphate, proteins, glutathione, and ascorbic acids (Nechay et al.
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