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― Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) was used to study the metabolism of the rumen bacterial ecosystem. The fermentation of 1-13 C-glucose was investigated. This system showed a transient build-up and decay of lactate labelled at the C 3 position. The degradation of lactate gave rise to volatile fatty acids. These results agree with in vivo data on diets rich in available carbohydrates. ! 3C-NMRglucose fermentation (rumen bacteria) -lactatevolatile fatty acids Résumé ― Etude en RMN du catabolismedoi:10.1051/rnd:19890106 fatcat:7otqbhp2w5cofianokdgd4xoha