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Table 2 Fasting (12 hs) and non fasting (after glucose overload) serum glucose and insulin levels at 120 days.

From: Muscle protein metabolism in neonatal alloxan-administered rats: effects of continuous and intermittent swimming training

120 days SA SC CC CA IC IA
Fasting serum glucose (mg/dL) 79.38
± 6.62
78.93
± 3.54
75.83
± 4.28
77.61
± 4.28
78.00
± 7.05
77.74
± 5.96
Non fasting serum glucose (mg/dL) 132.03 ± 16.38 115.74
± 5.16
118.77
± 8.07
124.42
± 13.17
105.42
± 5.41
125.44 ± 18.80f
Fasting insulin level
(ng/mL)
0.84
± 0.61
1.90
± 1.04
2.10
± 1.59
0.72
± 0.44
1.28
± 1.00
1.53
± 0.94
Non fasting insulin level
(ng/mL)
3.72
± 2.71
2.74
± 1.98
2.29
± 1.66
1.97
± 1.40
3.96
± 2.55
3.71
± 1.85
  1. Results are expressed as means ± standard deviation of 10 animals per group. SA: Sedentary alloxan, SC: Sedentary control, CC: Continuous training control, CA: Continuous training alloxan, IC: Intermittent training control and IA: Intermittent training alloxan. Letter indicate a statistically significant difference among groups (Two- way ANOVA (3 × 2) and Bonferroni post hoc test, p < 0.05) referring to non-fasting serum glucose. f, statistically significant difference for IA vs. IC.