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Carnosine is a substance found in high concentrations in skeletal muscle. It is formed by the bonding of histadine and beta-alanine (Derave et al. 2007). Carnosine could be beneficial to sports performers as it acts as an intracellular pH buffer. This means that, in effect, it delays acidosis - the...