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When the lactic acid produced by long-distance running in the human body can be broken down Mody? Th

Zi Xuan Zhu Ju2010-03-17 16:10:21 +0000 #1

lordlnchroy2010-03-17 16:23:24 +0000 #2
Yes, but there must be oxygen.

Lactic acid produced, a great majority with the blood into the liver, in liver cells transit into pyruvic acid, pyruvic acid oxidation and decomposition can continue to release energy, you can also form new liver glycogen or glucose. Otherwise a very small amount of lactic acid can be the same buffer substance in the blood response to the end they turned out in vitro with the urine.



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