Skeletal muscle glucose uptake during dynamic exercise in humans: role of muscle mass.

@article{Richter1988SkeletalMG,
  title={Skeletal muscle glucose uptake during dynamic exercise in humans: role of muscle mass.},
  author={Erik A Richter and Bente Kiens and Bengt Saltin and N. J. Christensen and Gabrielle K Savard},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={254 5 Pt 1},
  pages={E555-61}
}
To study the role of muscle mass in glucoregulation, six subjects worked with the knee extensors of one leg on a specially constructed cycle ergometer. The knee extensors of one leg worked either alone or in combination with the knee extensors of the other leg and/or with the arms. Substrate usage was measured across both knee extensors by femoral arterial and venous catheterization and measurement of femoral venous blood flow. Glucose uptake by the working knee extensors was absolutely (by… CONTINUE READING

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