In recognition of the policies of Diabetes, specifically that “[a]t the time of submission, authors should disclose details of related papers they have authored […], similar papers in press, and any closely related papers previously published or currently under review at another journal,” we hereby inform the readers of the journal that we did not disclose that one article based on part of the same study cohort was previously accepted for publication (1) and that another article based on the same study cohort was in review for publication (2) when the above-listed paper was submitted to Diabetes. This has led to republication in the above-listed article of data on three anthropometric parameters and one physiological parameter describing the study cohort (body weight, percent whole body fat, leg muscle mass, and VO2max) without reference to these articles. Taking this opportunity, we also disclose that a fourth article was later published using the same study cohort (3).
GLUT4 and Glycogen Synthase Are Key Players in Bed Rest–Induced Insulin Resistance. Diabetes 2012;61:1090—1099
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Rasmus S. Biensø, Stine Ringholm, Kristian Kiilerich, Niels-Jacob Aachmann-Andersen, Rikke Krogh-Madsen, Borja Guerra, Peter Plomgaard, Gerrit van Hall, Jonas T. Treebak, Bengt Saltin, Carsten Lundby, Jose A.L. Calbet, Henriette Pilegaard, Jørgen F.P. Wojtaszewski; GLUT4 and Glycogen Synthase Are Key Players in Bed Rest–Induced Insulin Resistance. Diabetes 2012;61:1090—1099. Diabetes 1 September 2014; 63 (9): 3159. https://doi.org/10.2337/db14-ad09
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