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Diet, muscle glycogen and physical performance.
It has been shown that the glycogen content and, consequently, the long-term work capacity can be appreciably varied by instituting different diets after glycogen depletion. Expand
A study of the glycogen metabolism during exercise in man.
The glycogen content of the quadriceps femoris muscle was determined in needle biopsy specimens taken from normal subjects in connexion with muscular work and the carbohydrate metabolism of the liver was studied before and during periods of exercise. Expand
Muscle Glycogen Synthesis after Exercise : an Enhancing Factor localized to the Muscle Cells in Man
Goldstein1 has shown that a humoral factor, which decreases the blood glucose concentration, is released during exercise and it is known that the insulin requirement decreases in diabetic subjects during exercise. Expand
Muscle Glycogen and Muscle Electrolytes during Prolonged Physical Exercise1
Nine volunteers have been examined during prolonged physical exercise to exhaustion at a load of about 60 per cent of W170. Ordinary circulatory parameters were measured as well as the quantities ofExpand
Breakdown and resynthesis of phosphorylcreatine and adenosine triphosphate in connection with muscular work in man.
It has been demonstrated that a reverse relationship exists between the work load and the PC concentration in the muscle during work, and at very high work loads thePC concentration decreases rapidly down to zero and the contractive capaci... Expand
Influence of alcohol use, ethnicity, age, gender, BMI and smoking on the serum transferrin glycoform pattern: implications for use of carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) as alcohol biomarker.
The results indicated that adjustment of reference intervals for disialotransferrin and CDT in relation to ethnicity, age, gender, body mass index (BMI) and smoking is not required. Expand
Clinical characteristics of carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (%disialotransferrin) measured by HPLC: sensitivity, specificity, gender effects, and relationship with other alcohol biomarkers.
The observation that several "light/moderate drinkers" had elevated %DST levels and some also a measurable asialotransferrin indicated misclassification with the WHO/ISBRA Interview Schedule and emphasize the limitations of self-reports of drinking. Expand
Muscle composition in relation to age and sex.
The results show that in the assessment of muscle constituents, age and sex must be taken into account. Expand