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ArticleResistance training enhances components of the insulin signaling cascade in normal and high-fat-fed rodent skeletal muscleSingh, Mohenish K.Our laboratory recently reported that chronic resistance training (RT) improved insulin-stimulated glucose transport in normal rodent skeletal muscle, owing, in part, to increased GLUT-4 protein concentration (Yaspelkis BB III, Singh MK, Trevino B, Kr . . .
ArticleExercise Training Enhances White Adipose Tissue Metabolism In Rats Selectively Bred For Low- Or High-Endurance Running CapacityBritton, Steven L.Impaired visceral white adipose tissue (WAT) metabolism has been implicated in the pathogenesis of several lifestyle-related disease states, with diminished expression of several WAT mitochondrial genes reported in both insulin-resistant humans and ro . . .
ArticleExercise reverses high fat diet-induced impairments on compartmentalization and activation of components of the insulin-signaling cascade in skeletal muscleReeder, Donald W.The aims of this investigation were 1) to determine whether endurance exercise training could reverse impairments in insulin-stimulated compartmentalization and/or activation of aPKCzeta/lambda and Akt2 in skeletal muscle from high-fat-fed rodents and . . .
ArticleHigh-Fat Diet And Leptin Treatment Alter Skeletal Muscle Insulin-Stimulated Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Activity And Glucose TransportYaspelkis III, Benedict B.The aim of this investigation was to evaluate if leptin treatment enhances insulin-stimulated glucose transport in normal (experimental group [EXP]-1) and insulin-resistant skeletal muscle (EXP-2) by altering components of the insulin-signaling cascad . . .