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1944 3
1945 38
1946 169
1947 180
1948 176
1949 176
1950 441
1951 596
1952 561
1953 624
1954 593
1955 657
1956 669
1957 657
1958 663
1959 667
1960 629
1961 642
1962 599
1963 635
1964 841
1965 592
1966 357
1967 440
1968 486
1969 517
1970 494
1971 543
1972 549
1973 526
1974 606
1975 641
1976 675
1977 664
1978 694
1979 875
1980 814
1981 839
1982 841
1983 897
1984 940
1985 1007
1986 1003
1987 1059
1988 1320
1989 1334
1990 1286
1991 1246
1992 1236
1993 1312
1994 2318
1995 3542
1996 3865
1997 4035
1998 4445
1999 4187
2000 4426
2001 4685
2002 4791
2003 4814
2004 5117
2005 5787
2006 6120
2007 6226
2008 6480
2009 6861
2010 7263
2011 7447
2012 7987
2013 8248
2014 8498
2015 8490
2016 8215
2017 8189
2018 7961
2019 3789
2020 79
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Skeletal muscle: a brief review of structure and function.
Frontera WR and Ochala J. Calcif Tissue Int 2015 - Review. PMID 25294644
Skeletal muscle is one of the most dynamic and plastic tissues of the human body. In humans, skeletal muscle comprises approximately 40% of total body weight and contains 50-75% of all body proteins. ...We will limit the discussion to human skeletal muscle and emphasize recent scientific literature on single muscle fibers....
Skeletal muscle is one of the most dynamic and plastic tissues of the human body. In humans, skeletal muscle com
Skeletal muscle fatigue: cellular mechanisms.
Allen DG, et al. Physiol Rev 2008 - Review. PMID 18195089 Free article.
Repeated, intense use of muscles leads to a decline in performance known as muscle fatigue. Many muscle properties change during fatigue including the action potential, extracellular and intracellular ions, and many intracellular metabolites. ...
Repeated, intense use of muscles leads to a decline in performance known as muscle fatigue. Many muscle properties change duri …
Redox Control of Skeletal Muscle Regeneration.
Le Moal E, et al. Antioxid Redox Signal 2017 - Review. PMID 28027662 Free PMC article.
Skeletal muscle shows high plasticity in response to external demand. Moreover, adult skeletal muscle is capable of complete regeneration after injury, due to the properties of muscle stem cells (MuSCs), the satellite cells, which follow a tightly regulated myogenic program to generate both new myofibers and new MuSCs for further needs. ...This review focuses on redox regulation during skeletal muscle regeneration. An overview of the basics of ROS/RNS and antioxidant chemistry and biology occurring in skeletal muscle is first provided. ...
Skeletal muscle shows high plasticity in response to external demand. Moreover, adult skeletal muscle is capable
Skeletal muscle-on-a-chip: an in vitro model to evaluate tissue formation and injury.
Agrawal G, et al. Lab Chip 2017. PMID 28871305 Free PMC article.
Engineered skeletal muscle tissues can be used for in vitro studies that require physiologically relevant models of native tissues. ...Finally, as a proof-of-concept we have examined the applicability of the skeletal muscle-on-chip system as a screening platform and in vitro muscle injury model. ...
Engineered skeletal muscle tissues can be used for in vitro studies that require physiologically relevant models of native tis …
Fiber types in mammalian skeletal muscles.
Schiaffino S and Reggiani C. Physiol Rev 2011 - Review. PMID 22013216 Free article.
Mammalian skeletal muscle comprises different fiber types, whose identity is first established during embryonic development by intrinsic myogenic control mechanisms and is later modulated by neural and hormonal factors. ...However, muscle fiber diversity involves all functional muscle cell compartments, including membrane excitation, excitation-contraction coupling, contractile machinery, cytoskeleton scaffold, and energy supply systems. ...
Mammalian skeletal muscle comprises different fiber types, whose identity is first established during embryonic development by …
Signaling pathways controlling skeletal muscle mass.
Egerman MA and Glass DJ. Crit Rev Biochem Mol Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24237131 Free PMC article.
Recent studies have further defined the pathways leading to gain and loss of skeletal muscle as well as the signaling events that induce differentiation and post-injury regeneration, which are also essential for the maintenance of skeletal muscle mass. In this review, we summarize and discuss the relevant recent literature demonstrating these previously undiscovered mediators governing anabolism and catabolism of skeletal muscle....
Recent studies have further defined the pathways leading to gain and loss of skeletal muscle as well as the signaling events t …
Review of Recent Patents and Developments in Skeletal Muscle Regeneration.
Wang J, et al. Recent Pat Drug Deliv Formul 2018 - Review. PMID 30605066
Skeletal muscle is a highly-specialized tissue that is capable of contractile function and able to withstand and adapt to daily mechanical and physiological stress. ...The purpose of this review is to discuss known mechanisms of muscle injury and repair, and highlight some recent patents and research developments for treatment of skeletal muscle disorders....
Skeletal muscle is a highly-specialized tissue that is capable of contractile function and able to withstand and adapt to dail
Characterization of Skeletal Muscle Strain Lesion Induced by Stretching in Rats: Effects of Laser Photobiomodulation.
Ramos L, et al. Photomed Laser Surg 2018. PMID 30096269
Different therapies have been proposed to prevent or reduce exercise-induced muscle damage. OBJECTIVE: In this study, we investigate the effects of low-level laser therapy on skeletal muscle strain in an experimental model in rats. ...CONCLUSIONS: Laser photobiomodulation reduced skeletal muscle edema as well as cytokines and CRP, leading to a significant reduction in inflammatory markers....
Different therapies have been proposed to prevent or reduce exercise-induced muscle damage. OBJECTIVE: In this study, we investigate …
Invited review: Aging and sarcopenia
Doherty TJ. J Appl Physiol (1985) 2003 - Review. PMID 12970377 Free article.
The term sarcopenia is now commonly used to describe the loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength that occurs in concert with biological aging. ...Although age-associated decreases in strength per unit muscle mass, or muscle quality, may play a role, the majority of strength loss can be accounted for by decreased muscle mass. ...
The term sarcopenia is now commonly used to describe the loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength that occurs in concert with …
Engineering functional and histological regeneration of vascularized skeletal muscle.
Gilbert-Honick J, et al. Biomaterials 2018. PMID 29499437
Tissue engineering strategies to treat patients with volumetric muscle loss (VML) aim to recover the structure and contractile function of lost muscle tissue. ...Myoblast-seeded scaffolds enabled remarkable muscle regeneration with high myofiber and vascular densities after 2 and 4 weeks, mimicking that of native skeletal muscle, while acellular scaffolds lacked muscle regeneration. ...
Tissue engineering strategies to treat patients with volumetric muscle loss (VML) aim to recover the structure and contractile functi …
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