Skeletal muscle ACC2 S212 phosphorylation is not required for the control of fatty acid oxidation during exercise
Hayley M O'Neill, James S Lally, Sandra Galic, Thomas Pulinilkunnil, Rebecca J Ford, Jason RB Dyck, Bryce J van Denderen, Bruce E Kemp, Gregory R Steinberg
Physiological Reports | WILEY | Published : 2015
These studies were supported by grants and fellowships from the Australian Research Council and CSIRO (BEK), National Health and Medical Research Council (BEK, GRS, BVD), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (GRS), and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (GRS and JRBD). HMO supported by Australian Postgraduate Award-Melbourne University and National Health and Medical Research Council Peter Doherty Early Career Fellowship. This study was supported in part by the Victorian Government's OIS Program (BEK) and Canadian Foundation for Innovation (GRS). GRS is a Canada Research Chair in metabolism and obesity and J Bruce Duncan Chair in Metabolic Diseases.