Exercise Training-Induced Adaptations Associated with Increases in Skeletal Muscle Glycogen Content
Findings from this study suggest that exercise training-induced increases in muscle glycogen content could be regulated by multiple mechanisms including enhanced insulin sensitivity, glycogen synthase expression, allosteric activation of glycogen synthase and protein phosphatase 1 activity.
Manabe, Yasuko, Katja S. C. Gollisch, Laura Holton, Young-Bum Kim, Josef Brandauer, Nobuharu L. Fuji, Michael F. Hirshman, and Laurie J. Goodyear. “Exercise Training-Induced Adaptations Associated with Increases in Skeletal Muscle Glycogen Content.” The FEBS Journal 280.3 (2013): 916-926.
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