Salmon get a major athletic boost via a single enzyme

A single enzyme anchored to the walls of salmons’ blood vessels helps reduce how hard their hearts have to work during exercise by up to 27%. The findings help explain how the fish undertake arduous upstream migrations, and could help species acclimate to elevated water temperatures associated with climate change.
A single enzyme anchored to the walls of salmons’ blood vessels helps reduce how hard their hearts have to work during exercise by up to 27%. The findings help explain how the fish undertake arduous upstream migrations, and could help species acclimate to elevated water temperatures associated with climate change. […]

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