Amino acid metabolism , branched-chain amino acid feeding and brain monoamine function

@inproceedings{Muneer2005AminoAM,
  title={Amino acid metabolism , branched-chain amino acid feeding and brain monoamine function},
  author={P. Muneer},
  year={2005}
}
Several papers in the present symposium emphasize the importance and interplay of carbohydrate and fat metabolism during exercise of varying intensities and duration. In constrast, amino acid metabolism is deemed to make only a minimal contribution to the provision of energy for the working muscle and is, with few exceptions, ignored. Equally, the mechanisms of what is termed ‘central fatigue’, i.e. fatigue associated with alterations in the functioning of the brain or central nervous system… CONTINUE READING

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