Lactate transport studied in sarcolemmal giant vesicles from human muscle biopsies: relation to training status.

@article{Pilegaard1994LactateTS,
  title={Lactate transport studied in sarcolemmal giant vesicles from human muscle biopsies: relation to training status.},
  author={Henriette Pilegaard and Jens Bangsbo and Erik A Richter and Carsten Juel},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={77 4},
  pages={1858-62}
}
The present study examined sarcolemmal lactate transport capacity in humans of widely different training status. Muscle biopsies were obtained from m. vastus lateralis in 39 subjects divided into untrained (n = 13), trained (n = 7), and athlete [sprint runners (n = 2), endurance runners (n = 5), triathletes (n = 3), and road (n = 6) and track (n = 3) bicyclists] groups. From the biopsy sample giant vesicles were produced with collagenase treatment to determine the sarcolemmal lactate transport… CONTINUE READING
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