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Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type 0 by nih.gov called glycogen synthase. Both versions of glycogen synthase have the same function, to form glycogen... in different regions of the body. The GYS1 gene provides instructions for making muscle glycogen synthase...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type V by nih.gov Reviewed July 2010 What is glycogen storage disease type V? Glycogen storage disease type V... a complex sugar called glycogen in muscle cells. A lack of glycogen breakdown interferes with the function...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type III by nih.gov September 2010 What is glycogen storage disease type III? Glycogen storage disease... called glycogen in the body's cells. The accumulated glycogen is structurally abnormal and impairs...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type VI by nih.gov September 2010 What is glycogen storage disease type VI? Glycogen storage disease type VI... sugar called glycogen in liver cells. A lack of glycogen breakdown interferes with the normal function...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type IX by nih.gov  definitions Reviewed September 2012 What is glycogen storage disease type IX? Glycogen... a complex sugar called glycogen. The different forms of the condition can affect glycogen breakdown in liver...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type IV by nih.gov Reviewed February 2013 What is glycogen storage disease type IV? Glycogen storage disease type IV (GSD IV) is an inherited disorder caused by the buildup of a complex sugar called glycogen...
Genetics Home Reference: glycogen storage disease type VII by nih.gov Reviewed April 2014 What is glycogen storage disease type VII? Glycogen storage disease... glycogen in muscle cells. A lack of glycogen breakdown interferes with the function of muscle cells...
Glycogen... and stuff by Donna Patient ExpertHealth Maven into glycogen in the liver or muscles. The liver has the capacity to store 100 grams of glycogen. The muscles have the capacity to store between 250-400 grams of glycogen, depending on muscle mass and physical condition. Liver...
Dear Mark: Glycogen by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional by proteins and fats is used and stored. Is that ~200g of glycogen stored in the muscles...? Also, if muscle glycogen is depleted, will ingested carbohydrates be used first to replenish muscle glycogen...
Caffeine Accelerates Post-Exercise Glycogen Resynthesis by Nick R. Healthy Living Professional after exhaustive exercise on the rate of muscle glycogen synthesis. Seven subjects consumed a low-carb diet and performed exhaustive exercise to deplete their muscle glycogen stores. After completing their workout...

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