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Blood metabolite values in wild-type and Myog-deleted mice after low-intensity exercise.

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posted on 22.10.2010, 00:54 by Jesse M. Flynn, Eric Meadows, Marta Fiorotto, William H. Klein

(A) Blood lactate levels. Blood lactate levels in Myog-deleted mice were similar to those for wild-type mice before and after low-intensity exercise (Myog-deleted, 4.2 mM; wild-type, 4.5 mM). Blue bars indicate wild-type control values; red bars indicate Myog-deleted values. Error bars represent one standard deviation. (B) Blood glucose levels. Myog-deleted mice have further reduced blood glucose levels after low-intensity running. Blood glucose levels in Myog-deleted mice are similar to those for wild-type mice prior to low-intensity exercise (149 mg/dL). After low-intensity exercise exhaustion, blood glucose levels were reduced 78% in Myog-deleted mice compared with 46% for wild-type controls (Myog-deleted, 33 mg/dL; wild-type, 80 mg/dL). Blue bars indicate wild-type control values; red bars indicate Myog-deleted values. Error bars represent one standard deviation. (Myog-deleted, n = 6; wild-type, n = 6) *P<0.05.

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