Muscle cells contain a high content of the protein myoglobin, which gives the muscles a red color. Guess what is its function?

Myoglobin is a protein that can actively bind to oxygen and transport it inside myofibrils, and oxygen is needed in large quantities to oxidize glucose and provide muscles with energy.

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