Combination of Soy Protein, Amylopectin, and Chromium Stimulates Muscle Protein Synthesis by Regulation of Ubiquitin–Proteasome Proteolysis Pathway after Exercise

@article{Kayri2018CombinationOS,
  title={Combination of Soy Protein, Amylopectin, and Chromium Stimulates Muscle Protein Synthesis by Regulation of Ubiquitin–Proteasome Proteolysis Pathway after Exercise},
  author={Veysi Kayri and Cemal Orhan and Mehmet Tuzcu and Patrick Brice Deeh Defo and Hafize Telceken and Mehmet Irmak and Nurhan Şahin and Hakkı Taştan and James Richard Komorowski and Kazım Şahin},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={190},
  pages={140-149}
}
The present study was undertaken to investigate the effect of the combination of soy protein, amylopectin, and chromium (SAC) on muscle protein synthesis and signal transduction pathways involved in protein synthesis (mTOR pathways, IGF-1, and AktSer473) and proteolysis (FOXO1Ser256; MURF1, MAFbx) after exercise. Thirty-five Wistar rats were randomly divided into five groups: (1) control (C); (2) exercise (E); (3) exercise + soy protein (3.1 g/kg/day) (E + S); (4) exercise + soy protein… 

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