|Statement||edited by Erik A. Richter ... [et al.].|
|Series||Advances in experimental medicine and biology ;, v. 441|
|Contributions||Richter, Erik A., Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre Symposium on Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Metabolism: Focus on Glucose Transport, Exercise, and Diabetes (1997 : Copenhagen, Denmark)|
|LC Classifications||QP321 .S495 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||98026175|
Get this from a library! Skeletal muscle metabolism in exercise and diabetes. [Erik A Richter;] -- Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark. Proceedings of the Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre Symposium on Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Metabolism: Focus on Glucose Transport, Exercise, and Diabetes, held. Skeletal muscle metabolism is a highly coordinated process involving cross talk between immune and muscle cells. However, the physiological activities of both immune and muscle cells are modified with obesity or high-fat feeding. In this context, skeletal muscle inflammation occurs as a result of immune cell infiltration and activation. Nutrition and Skeletal Muscle provides coverage of the evidence of dietary components that have proven beneficial for bettering adverse changes in skeletal muscle from disuse and aging. Skeletal muscle is the largest tissue in the body, providing elements of contraction and locomotion and acting as an important contributor to whole body protein and amino metabolism, glucose disposal and lipid. Supplying energy for skeletal muscle contraction, oxygen debt, skeletal muscle fiber types, and effects of exercise/aging skeletal muscle fiber types, and effects of exercise/aging. Search. Browse. Create. Log in Sign up. Log in Sign up. Skeletal Muscle Metabolism. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created.
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The Skeletal Muscle Biology and Exercise Physiology [SMEP] study section reviews applications concerned with molecular, cellular, physiological and integrative studies of normal and altered skeletal muscle function and processes that range from molecular genetics, to structure-function relationships, to integrative and functional studies on human mobility and exercise, and health. Skeletal Muscle Metabolism in Exercise and Diabetes. Wolfe R.R. () Fat Metabolism in Exercise. In: Richter E.A., Kiens B., Galbo H., Saltin B. (eds) Skeletal Muscle Metabolism in Exercise and Diabetes. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, vol Springer, Boston, MACited by: Get this from a library! Skeletal muscle metabolism in exercise and diabetes. [Erik A Richter; Bente Kiens; Henrik Galvo; Bengt Saltin;] -- The Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre was founded in with the support of a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation. Among the goals for the Centre is the organization of research. Skeletal muscle is a desirable target tissue for the treatment of diabetes not only for its central role in whole body metabolism and glucose homeostasis, but also for its accessibility and.