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1959 1
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1965 9
1966 37
1967 45
1968 62
1969 47
1970 51
1971 57
1972 59
1973 58
1974 84
1975 61
1976 48
1977 67
1978 40
1979 49
1980 64
1981 68
1982 73
1983 79
1984 72
1985 75
1986 69
1987 80
1988 78
1989 52
1990 58
1991 59
1992 64
1993 78
1994 62
1995 73
1996 81
1997 111
1998 126
1999 154
2000 179
2001 182
2002 151
2003 167
2004 193
2005 286
2006 263
2007 309
2008 342
2009 409
2010 454
2011 443
2012 517
2013 525
2014 506
2015 555
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2018 520
2019 200
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Skeletal muscle performance and ageing
Tieland M, et al. J Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle 2018 - Review. PMID 29151281 Free PMC article.
Mechanisms regulating skeletal muscle growth and atrophy.
Schiaffino S, et al. FEBS J 2013 - Review. PMID 23517348 Free article.
Muscle atrophy occurs when protein degradation rates exceed protein synthesis, and may be induced in adult skeletal muscle in a variety of conditions, including starvation, denervation, cancer cachexia, heart failure and aging. Two major protein degradation pathways, the proteasomal and the autophagic-lysosomal pathways, are activated during muscle atrophy and variably contribute to the loss of muscle mass. ...
Muscle atrophy occurs when protein degradation rates exceed protein synthesis, and may be induced in adult skeletal muscle in a varie …
The age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass and function: Measurement and physiology of muscle fibre atrophy and muscle fibre loss in humans.
Wilkinson DJ, et al. Ageing Res Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 30048806 Free PMC article.
This review will focus on muscle deterioration with ageing and highlight the two underpinning mechanisms regulating declines in muscle mass and function: muscle fibre atrophy and muscle fibre loss (hypoplasia) - and their measurement. ...We suggest that defining countermeasures against sarcopenia requires improved understandings of the co-ordinated regulation of muscle fibre atrophy and fibre loss, which are likely to be inextricably linked....
This review will focus on muscle deterioration with ageing and highlight the two underpinning mechanisms regulating declines in muscle mass …
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Meskini M, et al. J Fr Ophtalmol 2018. PMID 30442490 French.
Cerebellar atrophy in neurodegeneration-a meta-analysis.
Gellersen HM, et al. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2017 - Review. PMID 28501823
RESULTS: Across 54 studies, clusters of cerebellar atrophy were found for AD, ALS, FTD, MSA, and PSP. Atrophy patterns were largely disease-specific, with overlap in certain areas of the cerebellar hemisphere, which showed marked atrophy in AD, ALS, FTD and PSP (Crus I/II), and MSA and PSP (lobules I-IV), respectively. Atrophy colocated with cerebellar areas implicated for motor (PSP, MSA) or cognitive symptoms (FTD, ALS, PSP) in the diseases. ...
RESULTS: Across 54 studies, clusters of cerebellar atrophy were found for AD, ALS, FTD, MSA, and PSP. Atrophy patterns were la …
The Effects of Meditation on Grey Matter Atrophy and Neurodegeneration: A Systematic Review.
Last N, et al. J Alzheimers Dis 2017 - Review. PMID 27983555
The present systematic review is based on the premise that a variety of neurodegenerative diseases are accompanied by grey matter atrophy in the brain and meditation may impact this. ...Limited research exists on the mechanisms through which meditation affects disease-related neurodegeneration, but preliminary evidence suggests that it may offset grey matter atrophy....
The present systematic review is based on the premise that a variety of neurodegenerative diseases are accompanied by grey matter atrophy
Skeletal muscle atrophy during short-term disuse: implications for age-related sarcopenia.
Wall BT, et al. Ageing Res Rev 2013 - Review. PMID 23948422
Such circumstances lead to rapid skeletal muscle atrophy, loss of functional strength and a multitude of related negative health consequences. The elderly population is particularly vulnerable to the acute challenges of muscle disuse atrophy. Any loss of skeletal muscle mass must be underpinned by a chronic imbalance between muscle protein synthesis and breakdown rates. ...
Such circumstances lead to rapid skeletal muscle atrophy, loss of functional strength and a multitude of related negative health cons …
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