Assessment of alterations in triglyceride and glycogen concentrations in muscle tissue of Alaskan sled dogs during repetitive prolonged exercise.

@article{McKenzie2008AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of alterations in triglyceride and glycogen concentrations in muscle tissue of Alaskan sled dogs during repetitive prolonged exercise.},
  author={Erica C. McKenzie and K W Hinchcliff and Stephanie J Valberg and Katherine K. Williamson and Mark Edward Payton and Michael Davis},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={2008},
  volume={69 8},
  pages={1097-103}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess changes in muscle glycogen (MG) and triglyceride (MT) concentrations in aerobically conditioned sled dogs during prolonged exercise. ANIMALS 54 Alaskan sled dogs fed a high-fat diet. PROCEDURES 48 dogs ran 140-km distances on 4 consecutive days (cumulative distance, up to 560 km); 6 dogs remained as nonexercising control animals. Muscle biopsies were performed immediately after running 140, 420, or 560 km (6 dogs each) and subsequently after feeding and 7 hours of rest… CONTINUE READING

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