Evidence that the decrease in liver glycogen is associated with the exercise-induced increase in IGFBP-1.

  title={Evidence that the decrease in liver glycogen is associated with the exercise-induced increase in IGFBP-1.},
  author={J L Lavoie and Yovan Fillion and Karine Couturier and Pierre Corriveau},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={798-804; discussion 797}
The purpose of the present study was to test the hypothesis that the exercise-induced increase in insulin-like growth factor binding protein (IGFBP)-1 is not always linked to a decrease in blood glucose level and to examine whether the decreasing levels of liver glycogen during exercise may be associated with the increase in IGFBP-1. Three groups of rats were submitted to a 70-min treadmill exercise. One group of rats was fed normally, and the two other groups had their food intake restricted… CONTINUE READING


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