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PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID METABOLISM DURING AND AFTER EXERCISE AND THE EFFECT S OF NUTRITION

@inproceedings{Rennie2005PROTEINAA,
  title={PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID METABOLISM DURING AND AFTER EXERCISE AND THE EFFECT S OF NUTRITION},
  author={M. Rennie and K. Tipton},
  year={2005}
}
  • M. Rennie, K. Tipton
  • Published 2005
  • ■ Abstract Sustained dynami c exercisestimulatesamino acid oxidation, chiefly of the branched-chai n amino acids, and ammoni a production in proportion to exercise intensity; if the exercise is intense enough, there is a net loss of muscl e protein (as a resul t of decrease dproteinsynthesis , increasedbreakdown, or both); someof theamino acidsareoxidized asfuel, whereastherest providesubstrate sfor gluconeogenesiand possibl y for acid-base d regulation. Protei n balance is restored after… CONTINUE READING
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