Glucose transport in skeletal muscle membrane vesicles from control and exercised rats

Glucose transport in skeletal muscle membrane vesicles from control and exercised rats KG, PATRICIA A., MICHAEL F. HIRSHMAN, ELIZABETH D. HORTON, AND EDWARD S. HORTON. Ghcose skeleta1 from control and exercised rats. Am. J. Physiol. 257 (Cell Physiol. 26): C1128-C1134, 1989.- Cl128 0363-6143/89 $1.50 Copyright 0 1989 the American Physiological Society Cl129 and the er number s isolated from sedentary (control) and acutely exercised rats. The results demonstrate that acute exercise promotes an crease the number of ers the cell and an crease the average carrier turnover number of the er, dicative of an crease trsic activity. METHODS Animals. Male Sprague-Dawley rats weighg 150-200 g were obtaed from Charles River Laboratories. Animals were housed a room mataed at 23°C with a 12-h light-dark cycle and fed ad libitum for at least 4 days before the experiment. On the day of the preparation, rats the postprandial state were either exercised for 1 h on a Quton model 42 rodent treadmill at 20 m/m up a 10% grade or allowed to rema sedentary. Immediately after the exercise period, the rats were killed by a blow to the head followed by cervical dislocation. The gastrocnemius was quickly exposed, and -6 g of (soleus, red and white gastrocnemius) were rapidly dissected, takg care to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AJP - Cell Physiology The American Physiological Society

Glucose transport in skeletal muscle membrane vesicles from control and exercised rats

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KG, PATRICIA A., MICHAEL F. HIRSHMAN, ELIZABETH D. HORTON, AND EDWARD S. HORTON. Ghcose skeleta1 from control and exercised rats. Am. J. Physiol. 257 (Cell Physiol. 26): C1128-C1134, 1989.- Cl128 0363-6143/89 $1.50 Copyright 0 1989 the American Physiological Society Cl129 and the er number s isolated from sedentary (control) and acutely exercised rats. The results demonstrate that acute exercise promotes an crease the number of ers the cell and an crease the average carrier turnover number of the er, dicative of an crease trsic activity. METHODS Animals. Male Sprague-Dawley rats weighg 150-200 g were obtaed from Charles River Laboratories. Animals were housed a room mataed at 23°C with a 12-h light-dark cycle and fed ad libitum for at least 4 days before the experiment. On the day of the preparation, rats the postprandial state were either exercised for 1 h on a Quton model 42 rodent treadmill at 20 m/m up a 10% grade or allowed to rema sedentary. Immediately after the exercise period, the rats were killed by a blow to the head followed by cervical dislocation. The gastrocnemius was quickly exposed, and -6 g of (soleus, red and white gastrocnemius) were rapidly dissected, takg care to

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Published: Dec 1, 1989

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