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Volume 178, Number 4, August 2003

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Foreword
pp. 285-285(1)
Authors: Kiens, Bente; Richter, Erik A.; Stallknecht, Bente; Pilegaard, Henriette; Saltin, Bengt; Galbo, Henrik

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GLUT4 activation: thoughts on possible mechanisms
pp. 287-296(10)
Authors: Michelle Furtado, L.; Poon, V.; Klip, A.

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Push/pull mechanisms of GLUT4 traffic in muscle cells
pp. 297-308(12)
Authors: Rudich, A.; Klip, A.

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Regulation of glycogen synthase in skeletal muscle during exercise
pp. 309-319(11)
Authors: Nielsen, J. N.; Richter, E. A.

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Insulin signalling: effects of prior exercise
pp. 321-328(8)
Authors: Wojtaszewski, J. F. P.; Jørgensen, S. B.; Frøsig, C.; MacDonald, C.; Birk, J. B.; Richter, E. A.

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Signalling to glucose transport in skeletal muscle during exercise
pp. 329-335(7)
Authors: Richter, E. A.; Nielsen, J. N.; Jørgensen, S. B.; Frøsig, C.; Wojtaszewski, J. F. P.

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AMP-activated protein kinase and muscle glucose uptake
pp. 337-345(9)
Authors: Musi, N.; Goodyear, L. J.

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Plasmalemmal fatty acid transport is regulated in heart and skeletal muscle by contraction, insulin and leptin, and in obesity and diabetes
pp. 347-356(10)
Authors: Bonen, A.; Benton, C. R.; Campbell, S. E.; Chabowski, A.; Clarke, D. C.; Han, X.-X.; Glatz, J. F. C.; Luiken, J. J. F. P.

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Energy translocation across cell membranes and membrane models
pp. 357-365(9)
Authors: Pownall, H. J.; Hamilton, J. A.

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Cytoplasmic fatty acid-binding protein facilitates fatty acid utilization by skeletal muscle
pp. 367-371(5)
Authors: Glatz, J. F. C.; Schaap, F. G.; Binas, B.; Bonen, A.; van der Vusse, G. J.; Luiken, J. J. F. P.

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The role of intramuscular lipid in insulin resistance
pp. 373-383(11)
Authors: Hegarty, B. D.; Furler, S. M.; Ye, J.; Cooney, G. J.; Kraegen, E. W.

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Utilization of long-chain fatty acids in human skeletal muscle during exercise
pp. 391-396(6)
Authors: Kiens, B.; Roepstorff, C.

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Hormone-sensitive lipase in skeletal muscle: regulatory mechanisms
pp. 397-403(7)
Authors: Langfort, J.; Donsmark, M.; Ploug, T.; Holm, C.; Galbo, H.

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The role of uncoupling proteins in the regulation of metabolism
pp. 405-412(8)
Author: Erlanson-Albertsson, C.

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Molecular regulation of individual skeletal muscle fibre types
pp. 413-424(12)
Authors: Spangenburg, E. E.; Booth, F. W.

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AMPK as a metabolic switch in rat muscle, liver and adipose tissue after exercise
pp. 435-442(8)
Authors: Ruderman, N. B.; Park, H.; Kaushik, V. K.; Dean, D.; Constant, S.; Prentki, M.; Saha, A. K.

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Author index
pp. 453-455(3)

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Subject index
pp. 457-459(3)

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