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Postexercise Insulin Action In African-American Women, Rebecca E. Hasson, Patty S. Freedson, Barry Braun Oct 2006

Postexercise Insulin Action In African-American Women, Rebecca E. Hasson, Patty S. Freedson, Barry Braun

Barry Braun

African Americans are more insulin resistant than Caucasians. A single bout of moderate-intensity exercise reduces insulin resistance in sedentary Caucasian individuals. The impact of a single bout of exercise on insulin resistance has never been studied in African Americans. The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the impact of a single bout of exercise on insulin resistance in African-American women. DESIGN: Insulin resistance was assessed in 10 sedentary, over-weight or obese African-American women during a sedentary and exercise condition over a two-day period. During the sedentary condition, participants fasted overnight and sat quietly in the laboratory for 75 minutes ...


Model For Assembly And Gelation Of Four-Armed Dna Dendrimers, Francis Starr, Francesco Sciortino Jan 2006

Model For Assembly And Gelation Of Four-Armed Dna Dendrimers, Francis Starr, Francesco Sciortino

Francis Starr

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Arp2/3 And Scar/Wave Complexes In Polar Growth Of The Apical Cell Of The Moss Physcomitrella, Rs Quatrano, Pf Perroud, P Harries, M Bezanilla, Ah Pan, P Klueh, D Cove Jan 2006

The Role Of Arp2/3 And Scar/Wave Complexes In Polar Growth Of The Apical Cell Of The Moss Physcomitrella, Rs Quatrano, Pf Perroud, P Harries, M Bezanilla, Ah Pan, P Klueh, D Cove

Magdalena Bezanilla

No abstract provided.