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Farmakol Toksikol. 1988 May-Jun;51(3):21-5.

[Effect of malic acid salts on physical work capacity and its recovery after exhausting muscular activity].

[Article in Russian]

Abstract

The effect of malic acid salts of iron, potassium, copper, chromium, lithium and zinc on the motor activity and electroencephalographic indices in rats was studied under the course of oral treatment (250 mg/kg). Potassium malate was found to exert the most pronounced stimulating effect on the motor activity and excitatory processes in the sensory motor brain areas. The study of the influence of this compound on total physical working capacity and its restoration revealed a significant dose-dependent stimulating action. It was shown that the effects of potassium malate are related to its ability to stimulate the most productive bioenergetic processes, to increase carbohydrate reserves, to decrease oxygen consumption of tissues.

PMID:
3410020
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