01  Whole body amino acid flux 

INTRODUCTION


Amino acids/protein metabolism is involved in supporting numerous biological reactions
in the body, particularly in muscle or heart.
Whole body amino acid flux can reflect net balance between disappearance of amino acids into tissues (protein synthesis) and appearance of amino acids released from tissues (protein breakdown).

Using labeled amino acids (D5-phenylalanine, D2- thyrosine or U-13C-leucine),
we can measure net balance, protein synthesis, and protein breakdown.

02  Amino acid oxidation 

INTRODUCTION


Amino acids are metabolized in oxidative phosphorylation process, leading to production
of ATP and CO2.
Thus, oxidation of amino acids can reflect the capacity of protein utilization
as an energy source. Using carbon-labeled leucine (13C), we can determine in vivo protein oxidation.

03  Muscle, heart, other organ protein synthetic rate 

INTRODUCTION


Protein turnover can replace older non-functional proteins to new functional proteins.
Changes in muscle mass are based on the net balance between protein synthesis and breakdown.

Using D5-phenylalanine or D2O, we can measure protein synthesis and breakdown in response to acute stimulations such as diet intake or exercise and long-term treatment such as exercise training, supplementation or drug.

04  Anaplerosis flux 

05  Cataplerosis flux 

01  Whole body amino acid flux

INTRODUCTION


Amino acids/protein metabolism is involved in supporting numerous biological reactions
in the body, particularly in muscle or heart.
Whole body amino acid flux can reflect net balance between disappearance of amino acids into tissues (protein synthesis) and appearance of amino acids released from tissues (protein breakdown). Using labeled amino acids (D
5-phenylalanine, D2- thyrosine or U-13C-leucine),
we can measure net balance, protein synthesis, and protein breakdown.

02  Amino acid oxidation

INTRODUCTION


Amino acids are metabolized in oxidative phosphorylation process, leading to production
of ATP and CO2.
Thus, oxidation of amino acids can reflect the capacity of protein utilization
as an energy source. Using carbon-labeled leucine (13C), we can determine in vivo protein oxidation.

03  Muscle, heart, other organ protein synthetic rate

INTRODUCTION


Protein turnover can replace older non-functional proteins to new functional proteins.
Changes in muscle mass are based on the net balance between protein synthesis and breakdown.

Using D5-phenylalanine or D2O, we can measure protein synthesis and breakdown in response to acute stimulations such as diet intake or exercise and long-term treatment such as exercise training, supplementation or drug.

04  Anaplerosis flux 
05  Cataplerosis flux 

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