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Effect of exercise on human skeletal muscle AMPK phosphorylation and activity - A systematic review (BSc Thesis)

13.09.2021, Diplomarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

AMPK is a major regulator of adaptations to exercise. Together with Prof. Dr. Hermann Heck and Prof. Dr. James Morton, we aim to simulate human AMPK activity during a bout of exercise, using Mader’s model of human energy metabolism (Mader, 2003). The initial programming has been done but now we need to check that the simulation matches published AMPK activity data.

To know what has been published on AMPK and exercise, Dominik Renn and Frederik Hölzl have already conducted a systematic review and retrieved full text paper. Your task is to read the full text papers, to enter the data in an Excel database and to add them to a PowerPoint presentation and write it up as a scientific report.

References Mader, A. (2003). Glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation as a function of cytosolic phosphorylation state and power output of the muscle cell. EurJApplPhysiol 88, 317-338.

Kontakt: henning.wackerhage@tum.de

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