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Effect of exercise therapy combined with branched-chain amino acid supplementation on muscle strength in elderly women after total hip arthroplasty: a randomized controlled trial.

Many patients develop a prolonged decrease of muscle strength after total hip arthroplasty (THA) despite their reconstructed hip joint. Physical exercise combined with branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) supplementation has been reported to improve muscle strength in elderly persons with sarcopenia. However, the effect of BCAA supplementation in patients after THA is unknown. This study examined the effects of BCAA supplementation combined with exercise therapy on the improvement of physical function in elderl...


An open-label, single-center pilot study to test the effects of an amino acid mixture in older patients admitted to internal medicine wards.

Older patients are frequently subjected to prolonged hospitalization and extended bed rest, with a negative effect on physical activity and caloric intake. This results in a consistent loss of muscle mass and function, which is associated with functional decline and high mortality. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of 1 wk of oral amino acid (AA) supplementation in older patients subjected to low mobility during hospitalization.

Skeletal muscle proteome of piglets is affected in a muscle-dependent manner by a limiting total sulfur amino acid supply.

A total sulfur amino acid (TSAA) deficient diet can affect the amino acid composition of skeletal muscles. However, it is unknown how the different muscle proteins are affected by the TSAA deficiency.


Reduced Na K -ATPase activity may reduce amino acid uptake in IUGR fetal sheep muscle despite unchanged ex vivo amino acid transporter activity.

Fetuses with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) have reduced muscle mass that persists postnatally, which may contribute to their increased risk for adult onset metabolic diseases, such as diabetes and obesity. Amino acid transporter mediated histidine uptake and system L amino acid transporter activity were similar in sarcolemmal membranes isolated from control and IUGR hindlimb skeletal muscle. Activity of Na K -ATPase, which is responsible for establishing the sodium gradient necessary for system A a...

A cell-based evaluation of a non-essential amino acid formulation as a non-bioactive control for activation and stimulation of muscle protein synthesis using ex vivo human serum.

The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of treating skeletal muscle cells with media conditioned by postprandial ex vivo human serum fed with either isonitrogenous Non-Essential Amino Acid (NEAA) or a whey protein hydrolysate (WPH) on stimulating Muscle Protein Synthesis (MPS) in C2C12 skeletal muscle cells.

Cellular and morphological changes with EAA supplementation before and after total knee arthroplasty.

Investigate the underlying cellular basis of muscle atrophy (Placebo) and atrophy reduction (essential amino acid supplementation; EEAs) in TKA patients by examining satellite cells and other key histological markers of inflammation, recovery, and fibrosis.

Leucine Supplementation Does Not Restore Diminished Skeletal Muscle Satellite Cell Abundance and Myonuclear Accretion When Protein Intake Is Limiting in Neonatal Pigs.

Rapid growth of skeletal muscle in the neonate requires the coordination of protein deposition and myonuclear accretion. During this developmental stage, muscle protein synthesis is highly sensitive to amino acid supply, especially Leu, but we do not know if this is true for satellite cells, the source of muscle fiber myonuclei.

Exercise may ameliorate the detrimental side effects of high vitamin D supplementation on muscle function in mice.

Vitamin D (VitD) is commonly prescribed to normalise deficiencies and to treat osteoporosis. However, the effect VitD supplements have on skeletal muscle health is equivocal. While VitD is known to play a role in the various processes that maintain muscle integrity and function, recent studies utilising high bolus dose VitD supplementation has demonstrated an increased risk of falls. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of high VitD supplementation on skeletal muscle function with and ...

Short-term creatine supplementation changes protein metabolism signaling in hindlimb suspension.

The effect of a short-term creatine supplementation on hindlimb suspension (HS)-induced muscle atrophy was investigated. Creatine monohydrate (5 g/kg b.w. per day) or placebo, divided in 2 daily doses, was given by oral gavage for 5 days. Rats were maintained in HS with dietary supplementation concomitantly for 5 days. Body weight, soleus and EDL muscle masses, and cross-sectional areas (CSA) of the muscle fibers were measured. Signaling pathways associated with skeletal muscle mass regulation (FST, MSTN, F...

Modelling of amino acid turnover in the horse during training and racing: A basis for developing a novel supplementation strategy.

Horses in heavy training in preparation for racing and competition have increased metabolic demands to support the more intensive levels of exercise and recovery. However, little is known at the metabolic level about amino acid turnover and the specific alterations of demand caused by high intensity exercise. During exercise, certain amino acids are required in greater quantities due to disproportionate losses via excretory systems and usage in biosynthetic pathways. This investigation has built a theoretic...

The effects of dietary quercetin supplementation and sex on the fatty acid profile of rabbit meat, dissectible fat and caecotrophes.

This study examined the effects of dietary quercetin on the fatty acid (FA) profile of rabbit caecotrophes, dissectible fat, Longissimus thoracis et lumborum (LTL) muscle and hindleg (HL) meat. Sixteen male and sixteen female New Zealand White rabbits were fed a control or quercetin-supplemented (2 g quercetin dihydrate/kg feed) diet from 5 to 12 weeks old, then slaughtered. Caecotrophes were collected from the gut, and the dissectible fat, LTL and deboned HL were sampled. Lipids in the samples were tra...

Increased risk of refeeding syndrome-like hypophosphatemia with high initial amino acid intake in small-for-gestational-age, extremely-low-birthweight infants.

Recent nutrition guidelines for extremely-low-birth-weight infants (ELBWIs) recommend implementation of high initial amino acid (AA) supplementation in parenteral nutrition.

Effect of citrulline on muscle protein turnover in an in vitro model of muscle catabolism.

Muscle net catabolism, as seen after severe trauma or sepsis or in postoperative situations, is mediated by hormones (e.g., cortisol) and proinflammatory cytokines (e.g., tumor necrosis factor alpha [TNF-α]). Specific amino acids may be able to limit this muscle mass loss. Citrulline (CIT) stimulates muscle protein synthesis in various situations, but little data exist on hypercatabolic situations and the effects on protein breakdown are unknown. Our aim was to assess the effect of CIT on protein turnover ...

Arginine, ornithine and citrulline supplementation in rainbow trout: Free amino acid dynamics and gene expression responses to bacterial infection.

Supplementing the diet with functional ingredients is a key strategy to improve fish performance and health in aquaculture. The amino acids of the urea and nitric oxide (NO) cycles - arginine, ornithine and citrulline - perform crucial roles in the immune response through the generation of NO and the synthesis of polyamine used for tissue repair. We previously found that citrulline supplementation improves and maintains circulating free arginine levels in rainbow trout more effectively than arginine supplem...

Effect of l-carnitine supplementation on muscle cramps induced by stroke: A case report.

l-carnitine, a compound responsible for transportation of acyl groups across cell membranes and modulating intracellular acyl-coenzyme A levels, is reported to reduce muscle cramps in patients with liver cirrhosis and diabetes and those on dialysis. A 79-y-old man with right-sided paralysis was admitted to our hospital and diagnosed with cerebral infarction. Nocturnal leg cramps appeared in the affected side and caused sleep disturbance. Supplementation with l-carnitine reduced the number of nocturnal leg c...

Efficacy of ω-3 supplementation on nutritional status, skeletal muscle, and chemoradiotherapy toxicity in cervical cancer patients: A randomized, triple-blind, clinical trial conducted in a middle-income country.

Supplementation with ω-3 has been shown to favor the preservation of body weight and skeletal muscle. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of ω-3 supplementation on nutritional status, skeletal muscle quantity and quality, and toxicity for treatment of women with cervical cancer.

Protein Type, Protein Dose, and Age Modulate Dietary Protein Digestion and Phenylalanine Absorption Kinetics and Plasma Phenylalanine Availability in Humans.

Dietary protein ingestion stimulates muscle protein synthesis by providing amino acids to the muscle. The magnitude and duration of the postprandial increase in muscle protein synthesis rates are largely determined by dietary protein digestion and amino acid absorption kinetics.

The effect of β-alanine supplementation during high-intensity interval training on repeated sprint ability performance and neuromuscular fatigue.

The study investigated the influence of β-Alanine supplementation during a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) program on repeated sprint ability (RSA) performance. This study was randomized, double-blinded and placebo-controlled. Eighteen men performed an incremental running test until exhaustion (T) at baseline and followed by 4-week HIIT (10×1-min runs 90% maximal T velocity [1-min recovery]). Then, participants were randomized into 2 groups and performed a 6-week HIIT associated with supplementati...

EFFECT OF HIGH ALTITUDE ON HUMAN PLACENTAL AMINO ACID TRANSPORT.

Women residing at high altitude deliver infants of lower birth weight than at sea-level. Birth weight correlates with placental System A-mediated amino acid transport capacity and severe environmental hypoxia reduces System A activity in isolated trophoblast and the mouse placenta. However, the effect of high altitude on human placental amino acid transport remains unknown. We hypothesized that microvillous membrane (MVM) System A and System L amino acid transporter activity is lower in placentas of women l...

Supplementation of Culture Media with Lysophosphatidic Acid Improves The Follicular Development of Human Ovarian Tissue after Xenotransplantaion into The Back Muscle of γ-Irradiated Mice.

The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) supplementation of human ovarian tissue culture media on tissue survival, follicular development and expression of apoptotic genes following xenotransplantation.

Supplementing glycine, serine, and threonine in low protein diets for meat type chickens.

Reducing dietary protein has been of interest to the global poultry industry to improve bird health, welfare, and industry sustainability. Low protein (LP) diets are typically glycine (Gly) deficient and produce poor performance. Supplementing the diet with Gly or precursors of Gly can overcome this deficiency. A feeding experiment was conducted with 330 Ross 308 off-sex males across 5 treatments in a randomized design using 11 birds per pen replicated 6 times. Grower and finisher treatments were fed from d...

Effect of Protein Supplementation on Physical Performance in Older People With Sarcopenia-A Randomized Controlled Trial.

To test the long-term effects of whey-enriched protein supplementation on muscle and physical performance.

Maternal folic acid supplementation and infant birthweight in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review.

The relationship between maternal folic acid supplementation in pregnancy and infant birthweight has not been well described in low- and middle-income countries. We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of the current evidence of the association between folic acid supplementation in pregnancy on three primary outcomes: the incidence of low birthweight, small for gestational age, and mean birthweight. Seventeen studies were identified, which satisfied the inclusion criteria, covering a total of 275...

Real-time quantification and supplementation of bioreactor amino acids to prolong culture time and maintain antibody product quality.

Real-time monitoring of cell cultures in bioreactors can enable expedited responses necessary to correct potential batch failure perturbations which may normally go undiscovered until the completion of the batch and result in failure. Currently, analytical technologies are dedicated to real-time monitoring of bioreactor parameters such as pH, dissolved oxygen and temperature, nutrients such as glucose and glutamine, or metabolites such as lactate. Despite the importance of amino acids as the building blocks...

Fatty acid, chemical, and tissue composition of meat comparing Santa Inês breed sheep and Boer crossbreed goats submitted to different supplementation strategies.

To compare the fatty acid (FA) composition, and chemical and tissue composition of meat, 24 uncastrated males, 12 sheep of the Santa Inês breed, and 12 crossbred goats (F1 Boer × undefined breed) with the weight of 24.3 ± 2.38 kg. The animals were distributed in a randomized block design and treatments were arranged in a 2 × 2 factorial design, two small ruminant species/breed (Boer crossbreed goat × Santa Inês breed sheep), and two supplementation strategies (energy × protein energy). There...


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