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AMPK: A Key Sensor of Fuel and Energy Status in Skeletal Muscle - Figure 2

This figure describes metabolic changes known to be induced by AMPK in muscle, including stimulation of glucose and fatty acid uptake, fatty acid oxidation, and mitochondrial biogenesis, and inhibition of glycogen synthesis and, via inhibition of TOR, hypertrophy.

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Authors and Editors: PhD Kei Sakamoto of University of Dundee Division of Molecular Physiology, Dr. D. Grahame Hardie of Wellcome Trust Biocenter, MRC Protein Phosphorylation Unit
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