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“…Testosterone propionate injections have also elicited elevated glycogen levels in muscles of castrated and normal animals (Lavizza and Notario, 1951;Leonard, 1952aLeonard, , 1952bLeonard, , 1957Talaat, 1964). Other findings further suggest the possible involvement of testosterone in the elevation of muscle glycogen in response to exercise.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Testosterone propionate injections have also elicited elevated glycogen levels in muscles of castrated and normal animals (Lavizza and Notario, 1951;Leonard, 1952aLeonard, , 1952bLeonard, , 1957Talaat, 1964). Other findings further suggest the possible involvement of testosterone in the elevation of muscle glycogen in response to exercise.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…While there have been many studies describing the changes in metabolism [Chinoy et al, 1973;Turner and Leonard, 1969] and morphology [Galavazi and Szirmai, 1971;Gori et al, 1967;Venable, 1966] accompanying postcastration atrophy of this muscle, studies comparing the effects of denervation and castration have been less frequent [Bass et al, 1969]. Decreases in glycogen [Leonard, 1957] and inorganic phosphorus [Kare et al, 1955] are more pronounced in the denervated levator ani muscle than in the muscle from castrated rats. Similarly, the prolongation of contrac tion time and decrease in myofibrillar ATPase are more striking in the denervated muscle [flasj et al, 1969].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%