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The effects of adenosine and inosine on Rana ridibunda erythrocyte metabolism were studied. Adenosine can be metabolized by Rana ridibunda erythrocytes as a carbon source for glycolysis to maintain ATP levels, whereas neither inosine nor glucose could maintain ATP levels. The rate of lactate production was maximal (2.89 mumol ml-1 red cell h-1) in the presence of adenosine together with glucose compared with that in the presence of glucose or adenosine alone. Inosine sustained a similar rate ofpmid:8487000 fatcat:keadamlcpzb6jn3kf7ffypdble