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MRS protocol for the in vivo determination of endogenous skeletal muscle metabolities.

Jennifer Meredith Zelin

MRS protocol for the in vivo determination of endogenous skeletal muscle metabolities.

by Jennifer Meredith Zelin

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1995.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche : negative. --
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17898387M
ISBN 100612076539

  Skeletal muscle‐derived exosomes, therefore, are proposed to promote these effects between skeletal muscle and other organs in response to exercise training (Safdar, Saleem, & Tarnopolsky, ). These lines of evidence indicate that SkM‐Exo apparently mediate cell‐to‐cell communication inside or outside the skeletal muscle tissue. Anomalous diffusion of exogenous and inert low-molecular-weight probes has also been reported using optical techniques, 4 including in the brain cells. 5 Anomalous diffusion of endogenous water has been evidenced using DW-MRI. 6 As far as we know, anomalous diffusion of endogenous metabolites has only been reported in skeletal muscle, using DW.

III. Culturing RSkMC. A. Preparing Cell Culture Flasks for Culturing RSkMC. Take the Rat Skeletal Muscle Cell Growth Medium from the aminate the bottle with 70% alcohol in a sterile hood. Pipette 15 ml of Rat Skeletal Muscle Cell Growth Medium ()* to a T flask (). * Keep the medium to surface area ratio at 1ml per 5 cm 2. For example. Basal concentrations of muscle glycogen content were similar in the insulin-sensitive ( mmol/liter muscle) and insulin-resistant ( mmol per liter of muscle, P ) subjects. After the mixed meals, however, net muscle glycogen synthesis was 61% lower in the insulin-resistant subjects com-.

  Gene editing partially restored dystrophin protein expression in skeletal and cardiac muscle and improved skeletal muscle function. Science, this issue p. [][1], p. [][2], p. [][3] Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a devastating disease affecting about 1 out of male births and caused by mutations in the dystrophin gene. In an effort to translate these studies into a clinical setting, researchers have relied on biopsy-derived quantification of TG or in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) imaging to study the role of intracellular TG accumulation in the human liver (15, 21) and skeletal muscle (7, 12, 19) in the development of metabolic diseases.


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MRS protocol for the in vivo determination of endogenous skeletal muscle metabolities by Jennifer Meredith Zelin Download PDF EPUB FB2

In addition to direct assessment of high energy phosphorus containing metabolite content within tissues, phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31 P-MRS) provides options to measure phospholipid metabolites and cellular pH, as well as the kinetics of chemical reactions of energy metabolism in though the great potential of 31 P-MR was recognized over 30 years Cited by:   Recently, we addressed this issue using in vivo proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) on the affected calf muscle of such patients with varying degrees of paralysis.

Changes in lipid metabolism with absence and/or reduction of several key metabolites, such as creatine (Cr), carnitine (Car) and choline (Cho), were by: 8. In vivo 31P-MRS investigations have been widely used in small animals to study skeletal muscle function under normal and pathological conditions.

Paradoxically in these studies, the benefit provided by 31P-MRS in terms of non-invasiveness is lost because of the utilization of experimental setups that integrate invasive devices for inducing muscle contractions and for measuring mechanical Cited by:   In this chapter, techniques and application of multinuclear (1H, 13C, and 31P) in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) for the assessment of skeletal muscle metabolism in health and disease are described.

Studies focusing on glucose transport and utilization, lipid storage and consumption, handling of energy rich phosphates, and measurements of newly emerging noninvasive Author: Ladislav Valkovič, Radka Klepochová, Martin Krššák.

Making muscle: skeletal myogenesis in vivo and in vitro developmental basis of skeletal muscle formation and function holds value for the elucidation and possible treatment of muscle pathologies. Notably, it is well known that rhabdomyosarcomas Determination front Dermomyotome Epiblast Nanog Fig.

The formation and differentiation of. The greatest merit of in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) methodology used in biomedical research is its ability for noninvasively measuring a variety of metabolites inside a living organ. It, therefore, provides an invaluable tool for determining metabolites, chemical reaction rates and bioenergetics, as well as their dynamic changes.

MRS is maximized in the diagnosis of ear-ly DMD, when a very small amount of fat is not perceptible on standard imaging tech-niques. Numeric values objectively mea-sured by MRS directly reflect the amount of intramuscular fat in healthy subjects [17] Quantitative Skeletal Muscle MRI: Part 2, MR Spectroscopy and T2 Relaxation Time Mapping—.

Skeletal muscle ex vivo mitochondrial respiration parallels decline in vivo oxidative capacity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and muscle strength: The Baltimore Longitudinal Study of (MRS) and showed that muscle bioenergetics, assessed as postexercise. insulin-resistant skeletal muscle and was not affected by exercise (Study V).

In insulin-resistant human skeletal muscle, the effect of insulin tended to be larger following a single 2-h bout of exercise than in resting muscle ( % versus %, pmuscle of healthy individuals was –30 % (Study III).

book of stress survival - Saturday, J MRS protocol for the in vivo determination of endogenous skeletal muscle metabolities. - Saturday, J PM; June morning. - Wednesday, July 8, AM; Rainbow Jellies - Saturday, J AM. Accurate and reliable quantification of brain metabolites measured in vivo using 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) is a topic of continued interest.

of 31 P MRS in skeletal muscle. Purpose: Dynamic phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31P MRS) during and after acute exercise enables the noninvasive in vivo determination of the mitochondrial capacity of skeletal muscle. The main purpose of this study was to evaluate non-invasively with magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1 H-MRS) changes in the concentrations of intracellular (IT) and extracellular (between muscle fibres) triglycerides (ET) in skeletal muscles of trained males (age range: 24–38 years) during two standard exercise protocols of alternating velocities.

In vivo MRS. Both 1 H and 31 P have a high natural abundance and therefore in vivo MRS studies using these nuclei do not require isotopic enrichment. These techniques have become an. Perchloric acid homogenates of muscle are sampled, and mixed with amyloglucosidase which extracts the glycogen and reduces it to glucose.

The glucose is then analysed with specific enzymes. The use of perchloric acid homogenates allows the determination of metabolites in the protein free extract of the same homogenate.

A new approach for the simultaneous determination of skeletal muscle perfusion, oxygenation and energy metabolism. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 7th Scientific Meeting. Muscle glycogen levels have a profound impact on an athlete’s sporting performance, thus measurement is vital.

Carbohydrate manipulation is a fundamental component in an athlete’s lifestyle and is a critical part of elite performance, since it can provide necessary training adaptations. This paper provides a critical review of the current invasive and non-invasive methods for measuring.

In addition to direct assessment of high energy phosphorus containing metabolite content within tissues, phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31P-MRS) provides options to measure phospholipid metabolites and cellular pH, as well as the kinetics of chemical reactions of energy metabolism in vivo.

Even though the great potential of 31P-MR was recognized over 30 years ago, modern MR. Purpose: The influence of endurance training on skeletal muscle metabolism can currently be studied only by invasive sampling or through a few related parameters that are investigated by either proton (1H) or phosphorus (31P) magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS).

The aim of this study was to compare the metabolic differences between endurance-trained triathletes and healthy volunteers using. This method allows measurement of phosphorus metabolites in various regions of the liver using three‐dimensional MRS imaging with an external reference standard for the absolute quantification of hepatocellular γATP, Pi, and phosphodiesters and phosphomonoesters (PDE, PME) in humans.

22 Due to its low intraindividual variability, this. In vivo Human Skeletal Muscle CrEST Before and After Exercise at 7T! Kogan et al., Magn. Reson. Med. (in press)! [a]! (%)! [b]! exercise! Plantar flexion exercise data for subject 1.

(a) CrCEST asym maps of a human calf muscle before and every 48 seconds after! (in order by number) 2 minutes of plantar flexion exercise. (b) MTR and (c) T 2.At present, most in vivo methods of skeletal muscle assessment are static in that they are designed to quantify skeletal muscle at a single point in time, and dynamic method development is limited (Figure ).Skeletal muscle measurement methods that are applied in vivo are indirect and rely on measurable properties and known components, some of which are outlined in Table (Wang et al.Determination of muscle triglycerides was classically only possible by invasive techniques (22–24).

Recently, a noninvasive method, volume-localized 1 H magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), was established (25–27). This method offers the unique ability to distinguish between IMCL and EMCL in vivo and was proved to provide reliable.