Limitations to exercise- and maximal insulin-stimulated muscle glucose uptake.

@article{Halseth1998LimitationsTE,
  title={Limitations to exercise- and maximal insulin-stimulated muscle glucose uptake.},
  author={Amy E. Halseth and Deanna P. Bracy and David H. Wasserman},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={85 6},
  pages={
          2305-13
        }
}
The hypothesis of this investigation was that insulin and muscle contraction, by increasing the rate of skeletal muscle glucose transport, would bias control so that glucose delivery to the sarcolemma (and t tubule) and phosphorylation of glucose intracellularly would exert more influence over glucose uptake. Because of the substantial increases in blood flow (and hence glucose delivery) that accompany exercise, we predicted that glucose phosphorylation would become more rate determining during… CONTINUE READING

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