AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) beta 1 beta 2 muscle null mice reveal an essential role for AMPK in maintaining mitochondrial content and glucose uptake during exercise
Hayley M O'Neill, Stine J Maarbjerg, Justin D Crane, Jacob Jeppesen, Sebastian B Jorgensen, Jonathan D Schertzer, Olga Shyroka, Bente Kiens, Bryce J van Denderen, Mark A Tarnopolsky, Bruce E Kemp, Erik A Richter, Gregory R Steinberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America | NATL ACAD SCIENCES | Published : 2011
These studies were supported by grants and fellowships from the National Health and Medical Research Council (to B.K. and G.R.S.), Australian Research Council and the Victorian Government Operational Infrastructure Support Scheme (to B.K.), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and Canadian Institutes of Health Research (to G.R.S.), Melbourne University Postgraduate Award (H.M.O.), St. Vincent's Institute of Medical Research (H.M.O.) Canadian Diabetes Association (to G.S. and J.D.S.), McMaster University Degroote Academic Fellowship (to J.D.S.), the Danish Medical Research Council (to S.B.J. and E.A.R.), and the Lundbeck Research Foundation (to E.A.R.). G.R.S. is a Canada Research Chair in Metabolism and Obesity.