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Table 1 Body mass, food consumption and serum glucose and insulin values

From: Endurance training lowers ribosome density despite increasing ribosome biogenesis markers in rodent skeletal muscle

Variable Values (mean ± SD) 95% CI ANOVA p value (eta-squared)
Sacrifice body mass (g)
 O-CON 648 ± 80a 594–718 0.032
 O-WD/SED 726 ± 87b 686–787 (0.188)
 O-WD/EX 720 ± 36a,b 696–744  
Kcal consumed (week 20–32)
 O-CON 746 ± 56a 682–768 <0.001
 O-WD/SED 843 ± 39b 803–848 (0.535)
 O-WD/EX 758 ± 31a 736–780  
Glucose (mg/dL)
 O-CON 339 ± 40a 306–371 0.001
 O-WD/SED 341 ± 65a 303–338 (0.364)
 O-WD/EX 253 ± 44b 222–284  
Insulin (ng/dL)
 O-CON 5.1 ± 3.2 2.9–7.9 0.11
 O-WD/SED 3.4 ± 2.6 2.2–5.2 (0.124)
 O-WD/EX 2.7 ± 1.2 1.9–3.6  
HOMA-IR
 O-CON 4.4 ± 3.1a 2.3–7.1 0.023
 O-WD/SED 2.8 ± 2.1a,b 1.7–4.2 (0.205)
 O-WD/EX 1.7 ± 0.7b 1.2–2.1  
  1. These values are partial n-sizes of data previously presented by Linden et al. [15], and serve to provide information regarding the phenotype of each group for convenience to the reader. All data are presented as mean ± SD (n = 10–16 rats per group), 95% confidence intervals (CI) are presented, and data with different superscript letters indicate between-treatment differences (p < 0.05)
  2. O-CON OLETF rats consuming a control diet during weeks 20–32 and were not treadmill-trained, O-WD/SED OLETF rats consuming a Western diet during weeks 20–32 and were not treadmill-trained, O-WD/EX OLETF rats consuming a Western diet during weeks 20–32 and were treadmill-trained 5 days/week; HOMA-IR, homeostatic model assessment of insulin resistance