Periodic heat production by oscillating glycolysis in a cytoplasmic medium extracted from yeast

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Abstract

The rate of heat production in a periodically glycolysing cell-free cytoplasmic medium extracted from yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is measured with a batch calorimeter. The rate exhibits periodic variations of approx. 10% of the average heat production rate of about 54 mJ ml per minute. From this rate and the enthalpy change fro glycolysis a glucose degradation rate of 0.43 mM ming is calculated. The value fits into the 'oscillatory window' determined by a glucose injection technique. © 1985.

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Plesser, T., Müller, S. C., Hess, B., Lamprecht, I., & Schaarschmidt, B. (1985). Periodic heat production by oscillating glycolysis in a cytoplasmic medium extracted from yeast. FEBS Letters, 189(1), 42–44. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-5793(85)80838-3

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