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Leucine Supplementation Has No Further Effect on Training-induced Muscle Adaptations

DE ANDRADE, ISABEL THOMAZI1,2; GUALANO, BRUNO1; HEVIA-LARRAÍN, VICTORIA1; NEVES-JUNIOR, JUAREZ1; CAJUEIRO, MONIQUE1; JARDIM, FELIPE1; GOMES, RODRIGO LEITE1; ARTIOLI, GUILHERME GIANNINI1; PHILLIPS, STUART M.3; CAMPOS-FERRAZ, PATRÍCIA2; ROSCHEL, HAMILTON1

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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: August 2020 - Volume 52 - Issue 8 - p 1809-1814
doi: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000002307

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The authors of articles (1)–(4) below amend their conflict-of-interest statements to include the following:

Dr. Stuart M. Phillips is listed as an inventor on patent (Canadian) 3052324 issued to Exerkine, and a patent (US) 16/182891 pending to Exerkine (but reports no financial gains). Dr. Phillips reports personal fees from Enhanced Recovery (donated to charity), equity from Exerkine (all proceeds donated to charity), outside the submitted work.

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 53(1):247, January 2021.

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