Non-invasive studies of glycogen metabolism in human skeletal muscle using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

@article{Roden2001NoninvasiveSO,
  title={Non-invasive studies of glycogen metabolism in human skeletal muscle using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.},
  author={Michael Roden},
  journal={Current opinion in clinical nutrition and metabolic care},
  year={2001},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={261-6}
}
  • Michael Roden
  • Published 2001 in
    Current opinion in clinical nutrition and…
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy provides non-invasive and real-time assessment of the metabolic fluxes in skeletal muscle during exercise, recovery from exercise and stimulation by insulin. Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has proved that reduced glycogen synthesis is a consistent feature of insulin-resistant type 2 diabetic patients, their offspring, and obesity. Low intracellular glucose and glucose-6-phosphate concentrations indicate that decreased glucose transport… CONTINUE READING

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