Erythrocyte Glycolysis and Its Marked Alteration by Muscular Exercise in Type

@inproceedings{Shimizu2005ErythrocyteGA,
  title={Erythrocyte Glycolysis and Its Marked Alteration by Muscular Exercise in Type},
  author={Takao Shimizu and Norio Kono and Hiroaki Kiyokawa and Yuya Yamada and Naoko Hara and Ikuo Mineo and Masanori Kawachi and Hiromu Nakajima and Yan Wang and Selichiro Tarui},
  year={2005}
}
Levels of erythrocyte glycolytic intermediates after the phosphofructokinase (PFK) step. including 2.3-bisphosphoglycerate (2.3-DPG). were decreased at rest in patients from separate families with type VII glycogenosis. The concentration of 2.3-DPG was about half of the normal control value during a period of unrestricted daily activity but was further decreased to one third of normal after a one-day bed rest. Mild ergometric exercise rapidly increased the levels of fructose-i ,6-bisphosphate… CONTINUE READING

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