Magnesium-responsive genes are downregulated in diabetic patients after a three-month exercise program on a bicycle ergometer.

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Summary of "Magnesium-responsive genes are downregulated in diabetic patients after a three-month exercise program on a bicycle ergometer."

Exercise is an effective therapy for the management of diabetes because it helps regulate glucose and magnesium homeostasis. Nevertheless, the mechanisms by which exercise exerts effects on magnesium transport remain unclear. This study investigated the expression of genes encoding magnesium transporters (GMTs) after a three-month exercise program in diabetic patients.


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Name: Journal of the Chinese Medical Association : JCMA
ISSN: 1728-7731
Pages: 495-499


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