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Academic Article l-Leucine Increases Skeletal Muscle IGF-1 but Does Not Differentially Increase Akt/mTORC1 Signaling and Serum IGF-1 Compared to Ursolic Acid in Response to Resistance Exercise in Resistance-Trained Men.
Academic Article The effect of an acute ingestion of Turkish coffee on reaction time and time trial performance.
Academic Article Physical Differences Between Forwards and Backs in American Collegiate Rugby Players.
Academic Article The Effect of Post-Resistance Exercise Amino Acids on Plasma MCP-1 and CCR2 Expression.
Academic Article Post-resistance exercise ingestion of milk protein attenuates plasma TNFa and TNFr1 expression on monocyte subpopulations.
Academic Article Acute hypoxia reduces exogenous glucose oxidation, glucose turnover, and metabolic clearance rate during steady-state aerobic exercise.
Academic Article Anabolic response to essential amino acid plus whey protein composition is greater than whey protein alone in young healthy adults.
Academic Article Effects of high versus standard essential amino acid intakes on whole-body protein turnover and mixed muscle protein synthesis during energy deficit: A randomized, crossover study.
Academic Article The impact of Hayward green kiwifruit on dietary protein digestion and protein metabolism.
Academic Article Essential amino acid-enriched whey enhances post-exercise whole-body protein balance during energy deficit more than iso-nitrogenous whey or a mixed-macronutrient meal: a randomized, crossover study.
Academic Article Continuous oral stable isotope ingestion to measure whole-body protein turnover.

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