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Conversion Of T3 And RT3 To T2 PH Dependent

Discussion in 'Scientific Studies' started by Giraffe, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. Giraffe

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    You should put the last study in the studies as an individual post,it's interesting PH will do this,where does that leave CO2 in this!
     
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    Giraffe

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    I moved it to a new thread.
     
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    I've just read the abstract. Not sure if I'm reading it right. Is it saying that T3 (which drives metabolism) accumulates more (is broken down to T2 more slowly) in a more acidic environment, while rT3 (which slows metabolism) accumulates more (is broken down more slowly to T2) in a more alkaline environment?
    I didn't understand how this:
    "The pH activity profile shows a peak at 8.4."
    related to the above - 8.4 being quite an alkaline environment.
    Is the relevant environment in the body about the blood pH (7.35-7.45) or about the tissue pH (intercellular fluid pH), which can vary much more, or about the intracellular pH?
    I'll understand if someone says I should read the study properly myself, and I may get a round to that, but others' thoughts are interesting.
     
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    This is from the text I linked in the other thread (see link in OP):

     
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    Interesting. This is a stretch for me - my understanding of cell anatomy and physiology leaves a lot to be desired. :)
    Thanks.
     
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