Acute sprint exercise transcriptome in human skeletal muscle

Autoři: Hakan Claes Rundqvist aff001;  Andreas Montelius aff001;  Ted Osterlund aff001;  Barbara Norman aff001;  Mona Esbjornsson aff001;  Eva Jansson aff001
Působiště autorů: Division of Clinical Physiology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden aff001;  Department of Laboratory Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden aff002;  Department of Clinical Physiology, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden aff003
Vyšlo v časopise: PLoS ONE 14(10)
Kategorie: Research Article



To examine global gene expression response to profound metabolic and hormonal stress induced by acute sprint exercise.


Healthy men and women (n = 14) performed three all-out cycle sprints interspersed by 20 min recovery. Muscle biopsies were obtained before the first, and 2h and 20 min after last sprint. Microarray analysis was performed to analyse acute gene expression response and repeated blood samples were obtained.


In skeletal muscle, a set of immediate early genes, FOS, NR4A3, MAFF, EGR1, JUNB were markedly upregulated after sprint exercise. Gene ontology analysis from 879 differentially expressed genes revealed predicted activation of various upstream regulators and downstream biofunctions. Gene signatures predicted an enhanced turnover of skeletal muscle mass after sprint exercise and some novel induced genes such as WNT9A, FZD7 and KLHL40 were presented. A substantial increase in circulating free fatty acids (FFA) was noted after sprint exercise, in parallel with upregulation of PGC-1A and the downstream gene PERM1 and gene signatures predicting enhanced lipid turnover. Increase in growth hormone and insulin in blood were related to changes in gene expressions and both hormones were predicted as upstream regulators.


This is the first study reporting global gene expression in skeletal muscle in response to acute sprint exercise and several novel findings are presented. First, in line with that muscle hypertrophy is not a typical finding after a period of sprint training, both hypertrophy and atrophy factors were regulated. Second, systemic FFA and hormonal and exposure might be involved in the sprint exercise-induced changes in gene expression.

Klíčová slova:

Blood – Exercise – Fatty acids – Gene expression – Gene regulation – Insulin – Regulator genes – Skeletal muscles


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