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Glycogen synthase in canine skeletal muscle

Glycogen synthase in canine skeletal muscle

effects of acute and chronic exercise in normals and diabetics

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glycogen -- Synthesis,
  • Diabetes -- Exercise therapy,
  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Linda Louise Anderson.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationx, 119 leaves
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598184M
    OCLC/WorldCa18054209

    Recovery time course in contractile function of fast and slow skeletal muscle after hindlimb immobilization Witzmann, F. A., Kim, D. H. & Fitts, R. H., Jan 1 , In: Journal of Applied Physiology Respiratory Environmental and Exercise Physiology. 52, 3, p. 6 p. Examples of CaM targets with known catalytic or regulatory functions in the skeletal muscle are phosphorylase kinase, glycogen synthase kinase, CaM kinase II, calcineurin (see also sect. iv E), NO synthase, and dystrophin. For biochemical features, see Table by:

      Very interesting Insulin also is responsible for the glycogen synthase which results in storage of glucose as glycogen.. so it simultaneously activate two contradicting enzymes in presence of excess glucose.. PFK2 and glycogen synthase!! probably the . Altered extracellular signal-regulated kinase signaling and glycogen metabolism in skeletal muscle from p90 ribosomal S6 kinase 2 knockout mice. Mol Cell Biol .

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Get this from a library. Glycogen synthase in canine skeletal muscle: effects of acute and chronic exercise in normals and diabetics. [Linda Louise Anderson]. Glycogen synthase (GYS1) mutation causes a novel skeletal muscle glycogenosis Article in Genomics 91(5) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Regulation of Glycogen Metabolism in Muscle during Exercise role of skeletal muscle glycogen synthesis in postprandial carbohydrate storage and demonstrate that this tissue acts as a dynamic.

Hepatic glycogen synthase is similar to the muscle enzyme, although it is encoded by different genes. It is inactivated by phosphorylation and activated by dephosphorylation and may contain 12 mol of alkali-labile phosphate per mole of subunit. The phosphorylation sites have not been mapped, and the specificities of hepatic glycogen synthase.

Get this from a library. The effect of freeze-drying/fiber dissection technique on kinetic properties of dog skeletal muscle glycogen synthase. [Lynn Eris Ahlquist]. Embi N, Parker PJ and Cohen P. A reinvestigation of the phosphorylation of rabbit skeletal muscle glycogen synthase by cyclic-AMP-dependent protein kinase.

Eur. Biochem. –, CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. Phosphofructokinase deficiency, is a rare muscular metabolic disorder, with an autosomal recessive inheritance pattern.

It may affect humans as well as other mammals (especially dogs). It was named after the Japanese physician, Seiichiro Tarui (–) who first observed the condition in Specialty: Endocrinology.

The mutation causing PSSM1 is a point mutation in the gene that codes for the skeletal muscle form of the glycogen synthase enzyme.

The mutation causes this glycogen synthase enzyme to be overactive, increased in activity especially in the presence of insulin resulting in constant production of glycogen.

Glycogen synthase deficiency also leads to metabolic abnormalities similar to glycogenin-1 deficiency (see reference 1). Deficiency of glycogenin-1 or glycogen synthase affects plasma glucose clearance. This observation has been attributed to a compensatory mitochondrial proliferation, which augments skeletal muscle glucose oxidation.

A severe, progressive myopathy developed in an year-old, phosphofructokinase (PFK)-deficient, male, English Springer Spaniel dog. Results from a routine neurological examination were normal.

Examination of histologic sections of skeletal muscle Cited by: Pompe disease is caused by deficiency in acid alpha-glucosidase (GAA) and lysosomal accumulation of glycogen in both cardiac and skeletal muscle cells. rAAV vectors expressing GAA under the control of MHCK7 promoter reduced glycogen content in both muscle types to a greater extent than that using the original MCK by: Aging is an inevitable and gradually progressive process affecting all organs and systems.

The musculoskeletal system makes no exception, elderly exhibit an increased risk of sarcopenia (low muscle mass),dynapenia (declining muscle strength), and subsequent disability.

Whereas in recent years the subject of skeletal muscle metabolic decline in the elderly has been gathering interest amongst Author: Elena Rezuş, Alexandra Burlui, Anca Cardoneanu, Ciprian Rezuş, Cătălin Codreanu, Mirela Pârvu, Gabri.

The activation of rabbit skeletal muscle phosphorylase kinase requires the binding of 3 Ca2+ per δ subunit Danielle Burger, Jos A. Cox, Edmond H. Fischer, Eric A. Stein Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2), Fatty acid regulation is an essential process for all animals.

A number of studies have shown that diet affects the levels/availability of fatty acids in the body but increasingly an evidence shows that disease states can alter the amounts within the body too. Fatty acid levels and availability have been altered by a number of diseases, disorders and reactions including inflammatory responses Author: Siobhan Simpson, Alison Mostyn, Catrin S.

Rutland. Skeletal muscle accounts for approximately 50% of total body weight, and is known to be the largest tissue in the human body, mainly responsible for force generation, movement and breathing [1,2].The muscles consist of four main types of fibers, type 1, 2A, 2D/X and 2B, which differ in their contractile and metabolic by: 7.

Abstract. Glycogen storage diseases (GSD) are inborn errors of glycogen metabolism. Of the eight human GSD types in which the enzymatic deficiency has been identified, spontaneous animal counterparts have been reported for GSD I (glucosephosphatase deficiency) in the mouse, for GSD II (acid α-glucosidase deficiency) in the dog, in cattle and in the quail, for GSD III (debrancher enzyme Cited by: Skeletal muscle is responsible for altered acute and chronic workload as induced by exercise.

Skeletal muscle adaptations range from immediate change of contractility to structural adaptation to adjust the demanded performance capacities. These processes are regulated by mechanically and metabolically induced signaling pathways, which are more or less involved in all of these by: 2.

Mitochondrial morphology. In general, cardiac mitochondria observed by conventional transmission electron microscopy (TEM) are elliptical, with numerous transverse cristae, which generally are either lamelliform (Fig.

1a) or tubular (Fig 1b).In some skeletal (Luft et al., ) or cardiac (Fawcett and McNutt, ) muscle mitochondria, the latter may exhibit numerous sharp by: Cortisol is a steroid hormone, in the glucocorticoid class of hormones.

When used as a medication, it is known as hydrocortisone. It is produced in many animals, mainly by the zona fasciculata of the adrenal cortex in the adrenal gland. It is produced in other tissues in lower quantities.

It is released with a diurnal cycle and its release is increased in response to stress and low blood CAS Number: Glycogen synthase from the parabasalian parasite Trichomonas vaginalis: An unusual member of the starch/glycogen synthase family.

Biochimie Wilson WA, Pradhan P, Madhan N, Gist GC, and Brittingham A. Glycogen synthase from the parabasalian parasite Trichomonas vaginalis: An unusual member of the starch/glycogen synthase : Erin Menardi. The α2–5′AMP-activated protein kinase is a site 2 glycogen synthase kinase in skeletal muscle and is responsive to glucose loading.

Diabe – (). CASCited by:   Insulin promotes the anabolic state by channeling metabolism towards the storage of carbohydrates and lipids, and towards protein synthesis. Insulin promotes energy storage by stimulating the synthesis of fatty acids and triglycerides in the liver and adipose tissue, glycogen in liver and skeletal muscle, and protein synthesis in muscles.

At. Skeletal muscle myofibrils have thin actin filaments (composed of 2 strands of actin and 2 strands of a thin protein called tropomyosin twisted together) arranged side by side in a cylinder and partly interdigitating with thick myosin filaments; each myosin filament has may heads or cross-bridges (consists of pieces of protein that stick out.