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1956 38
1957 23
1958 26
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1960 36
1961 32
1962 20
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1965 76
1966 129
1967 172
1968 197
1969 206
1970 227
1971 235
1972 243
1973 243
1974 264
1975 300
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1984 439
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1986 483
1987 524
1988 683
1989 640
1990 659
1991 563
1992 608
1993 614
1994 1215
1995 1975
1996 2241
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1999 2398
2000 2652
2001 2869
2002 3065
2003 3082
2004 3312
2005 3712
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2007 3893
2008 3946
2009 4129
2010 4360
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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
Mechanisms modulating skeletal muscle phenotype.
Blaauw B, et al. Compr Physiol 2013 - Review. PMID 24265241
In addition, skeletal muscle fibers can change their structural and functional properties to perform new tasks or respond to new conditions. ...Changes in fiber size reflect an imbalance in protein turnover with either protein accumulation, leading to muscle hypertrophy, or protein loss, with consequent muscle atrophy. ...
In addition, skeletal muscle fibers can change their structural and functional properties to perform new tasks or respond to n …
Functional anatomy of pelvic floor
Rocca Rossetti S. Arch Ital Urol Androl 2016 - Review. PMID 27072173 Free article.
Human skeletal muscle fibres: molecular and functional diversity.
Bottinelli R and Reggiani C. Prog Biophys Mol Biol 2000 - Review. PMID 10958931
Contractile and energetic properties of human skeletal muscle have been studied for many years in vivo in the body. It has been, however, difficult to identify the specific role of muscle fibres in modulating muscle performance. ...It has become apparent that the expression of different protein isoforms and therefore the existence of distinct muscle fibre phenotypes is one of the main determinants of the muscle performance in vivo. ...
Contractile and energetic properties of human skeletal muscle have been studied for many years in vivo in the body. It has bee …
Skeletal muscle degeneration and regeneration in mice and flies.
Rai M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24512712
Common cellular and molecular pathways for both species are outlined related to neuromuscular disorders and to age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass and function (sarcopenia). The commonality of events related to skeletal muscles in these disparate species (with vast differences in size, growth duration, longevity, and muscle activities) emphasizes the combined value and power of these experimental animal models....
Common cellular and molecular pathways for both species are outlined related to neuromuscular disorders and to age-related loss of skelet
The cross-bridge of skeletal muscle is not synchronized either by length or force step.
Grazi E. Int J Mol Sci 2015. PMID 26023715 Free PMC article.
Force and length steps, applied to a muscle fiber in the isometric state, are believed to synchronize attached cross-bridges. ...These conclusions significantly change the picture of the mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction....
Force and length steps, applied to a muscle fiber in the isometric state, are believed to synchronize attached cross-bridges. ...Thes …
Muscle Activation Patterns of Lower-Body Musculature Among 3 Traditional Lower-Body Exercises in Trained Women.
Korak JA, et al. J Strength Cond Res 2018. PMID 29465608
Knowledge of lower-body muscle activation among these 3 exercises can aid coaches, trainers, and therapists for training and rehabilitative purposes. ...Muscle activity of the 3 repetitions of each muscle was averaged and normalized as a percentage to the 1RM lifts for the deadlift and front and back squats. ...
Knowledge of lower-body muscle activation among these 3 exercises can aid coaches, trainers, and therapists for training and rehabili …
Barbell Hip Thrust, Muscular Activation and Performance: A Systematic Review
Neto WK, et al. J Sports Sci Med 2019. PMID 31191088 Free PMC article.
The inclusion criteria were: (a) descriptive studies, (b) physically trained participants, (c) analyzed muscle activation using normalized EMG signals or as a percentage of maximal voluntary isometric contraction (MVIC) and (d) acute or chronic transfer of the BHT to horizontal displacement activity. ...We concluded that: a) the mechanics of BHT favors greater activation of the hip extensor muscles compared to more conventional exercises; b) regardless of the variation of BHT used, the muscle excitation sequence is gluteus maximus, erector spinae, hamstrings, and quadriceps femoris; c) the acute transfer of the post-activation potentiation of the BHT is significant, improving the sprinting time; and d) despite training with BHT submaximal loads can improve sprint times, further investigations are needed....
The inclusion criteria were: (a) descriptive studies, (b) physically trained participants, (c) analyzed muscle activation using norma …
Adiponectin is expressed by skeletal muscle fibers and influences muscle phenotype and function.
Krause MP, et al. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 2008. PMID 18463233 Free PMC article.
These data demonstrate that the absence of Ad expression causes contractile dysfunction and phenotypical changes in skeletal muscle. Furthermore, we demonstrate that Ad is expressed in skeletal muscle and that its intramyocellular localization is associated with elevated IMCL, particularly in type IIA/D fibers....
These data demonstrate that the absence of Ad expression causes contractile dysfunction and phenotypical changes in skeletal muscl
"Current" advances in mechanically skinned skeletal muscle fibres.
Posterino GS. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 2001 - Review. PMID 11473535
In skeletal muscle, excitation-contraction (E-C) coupling describes a cascade of cellular events initiated by an action potential (AP) at the surface membrane that ultimately results in muscle contraction. ...One of the simplest methods of gaining access to the intracellular environment of the muscle fibre is to physically remove (mechanically skin) the surface membrane. ...
In skeletal muscle, excitation-contraction (E-C) coupling describes a cascade of cellular events initiated by an action potent …
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