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Hormone Research (1990) 33 (Suppl. 4): 55–60.
Published Online: 02 December 2008
...Ross C. Cuneo; Franco Salomon; Mark Wiles; P.H. Sönksen Skeletal muscle mass and function were assessed in 24 adults (16 males, 8 females) with severe, longstanding GH deficiency. Compared to 41 untrained controls (26 males, 15 females), adults with GH deficiency had reduced cross-sectional area...
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Hormone Research (2007) 67 (Suppl. 1): 64–70.
Published Online: 15 February 2007
... in many catabolic situations, may play a role in the decline in muscle mass by decreasing the rate of protein synthesis in skeletal muscle. Furthermore, the increase in local muscle cytokines produced during inflammation makes the muscle GH-resistant and reduces its own IGF-I production. Finally, not only...
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Hormone Research (2007) 66 (Suppl. 1): 22–25.
Published Online: 25 January 2007
...Jens O.L. Jørgensen; Esben T. Vestergaard; Morten Krag; Charlotte Nielsen; Louise Møller; Lars Gormsen; Niels Jessen Skeletal muscle is the major constituent of lean body mass and a major determinant of energy expenditure, both at rest and during physical activity. Growth hormone (GH), in turn...
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Hormone Research (2002) 57 (1-2): 48–52.
Published Online: 29 April 2002
... inactivated in human serum [ 32 ]. It has been found in vitro that skeletal muscle PGAM-MM isozyme displays affinity for structural muscle proteins under physiological conditions [ 33 ], although immunocytochemical experiments showed no PGAM associated with rat myofilaments [ 34 ]. It has been also shown...