AB Chapman

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Lower melatonin level, melatonin receptor gene variations, and atenolol treatment are associated with glucose dysregulation. We investigated whether atenolol-related glucose and melatonin changes are correlated, and whether single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in melatonin candidate genes contribute to interindividual variation in glucose change.(More)
The forces applied to pedals during cycling were collected every 40 ms from approximately 29,000 movement repetitions. Intra-cycle mean values of force and its variability were significantly correlated, supporting Schmidt's impulse variability theory of within-movement activities of the legs. In addition, as mean forces approached peak values, coefficients(More)
Modestly lowered blood glucose (G) occurs with fasting and exercise, increasing variability in forces applied during repetitions of an habituated cycling task. Its effect was studied on stability of the movement cycle pattern of forces from minute to minute. Forces applied at 26 positions in the movement cycle were correlated with each other over 20 one(More)
Using a computerized system for measurement of the variability of force exerted at 26 points in each pedal revolution during the repetitive habituated task of cycling, healthy adult males 6 times performed for 20 minutes, either (a) 3 hours after a meal (fasting) or when so fasted and then fed glucose (b) immediately before, or (c) 30 minutes before(More)
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