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Effects of Grasshopper (Oxya chinensis sinuosa Mistshenko) Powder and Aerobic Exercise on Energy Metabolism in ICR Mice
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Effects of Grasshopper (Oxya chinensis sinuosa Mistshenko) Powder and Aerobic Exercise on Energy Metabolism in ICR Mice
Kim, Yiseul; Jeon, Byungduk; Choi, Seokrip; Kim, Woocheol; Lee, Dong Woon; Ryu, Sungpil;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of grasshopper (Oxya chinensis sinuosa) powder ingestion with/without aerobic exercise (treadmill running) on energy metabolism. To achieve this purpose, 28 Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) mice were divided into four groups: normal diet control group (CON), a normal diet with exercise control group (COEX), a grasshopper powder-supplemented diet group (GH), and a grasshopper powder-supplemented diet with exercise group (GHEX). Duration of the powder ingestion and aerobic exercise training were 6 weeks. Body weight gain ratio was not significant. Fat mass significantly decreased in GH and GHEX. There were no changes in blood glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase and glutamic pyruvic transaminase levels between groups. Glucose transporter type 2 and glucose transporter type 4 protein levels were not significantly different between groups. Fibronectin type III domain-containing protein 5 level was the highest in GHEX. AMP-activated protein kinase level significantly increased in GHEX compared to the levels in the other groups. Glycogen synthase kinase 3 beta protein level was reduced in GHEX compared to that in CON. These results suggest that grasshopper powder ingestion and endurance exercise training influence energy metabolism.
 Keywords
Grasshopper;Aerobic exercise;Energy metabolism;Mouse;
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Korean
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