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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Leucine Supplementation Does Not Affect Protein Turnover And Impairs The Beneficial Effects Of Endurance Training On Glucose Homeostasis In Healthy Mice.
Author: Costa Júnior, José M
Rosa, Morgana R
Protzek, André O
de Paula, Flávia M
Ferreira, Sandra M
Rezende, Luiz F
Vanzela, Emerielle C
Zoppi, Cláudio C
Silveira, Leonardo R
Kettelhut, Isis C
Boschero, Antonio C
de Oliveira, Camila A M
Carneiro, Everardo M
Abstract: Endurance exercise training as well as leucine supplementation modulates glucose homeostasis and protein turnover in mammals. Here, we analyze whether leucine supplementation alters the effects of endurance exercise on these parameters in healthy mice. Mice were distributed into sedentary (C) and exercise (T) groups. The exercise group performed a 12-week swimming protocol. Half of the C and T mice, designated as the CL and TL groups, were supplemented with leucine (1.5 % dissolved in the drinking water) throughout the experiment. As well known, endurance exercise training reduced body weight and the retroperitoneal fat pad, increased soleus mass, increased VO2max, decreased muscle proteolysis, and ameliorated peripheral insulin sensitivity. Leucine supplementation had no effect on any of these parameters and worsened glucose tolerance in both CL and TL mice. In the soleus muscle of the T group, AS-160(Thr-642) (AKT substrate of 160 kDa) and AMPK(Thr-172) (AMP-Activated Protein Kinase) phosphorylation was increased by exercise in both basal and insulin-stimulated conditions, but it was reduced in TL mice with insulin stimulation compared with the T group. Akt phosphorylation was not affected by exercise but was lower in the CL group compared with the other groups. Leucine supplementation increased mTOR phosphorylation at basal conditions, whereas exercise reduced it in the presence of insulin, despite no alterations in protein synthesis. In trained groups, the total FoxO3a protein content and the mRNA for the specific isoforms E2 and E3 ligases were reduced. In conclusion, leucine supplementation did not potentiate the effects of endurance training on protein turnover, and it also reduced its positive effects on glucose homeostasis.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s00726-014-1903-z
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25575490
Date Issue: 2015
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