Responses of glutamine transport in cultured rat skeletal muscle to osmotically induced changes in cell volume.

@article{Low1996ResponsesOG,
  title={Responses of glutamine transport in cultured rat skeletal muscle to osmotically induced changes in cell volume.},
  author={Sylvia Y. Low and Peter M. Taylor and Michael John Rennie},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={492 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={
          877-85
        }
}
1. In order to investigate the relationship between cellular hydration state and the rate of glutamine transport, tracer glutamine uptake into primary rat myotubes was studied at external osmolalities of 170, 320 or 430 mosmol kg-1. 2. Incubation of myotubes with glutamine (2 mM; 30 min) at 320 mosmol kg-1 increased cell volume and glutamine transport (by 35 and 36%, respectively); insulin (66 nM; 30 min) also increased cell volume and glutamine transport (by 22 and 40%, respectively) and the… CONTINUE READING

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