Benjamin Henry

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Cytoskeletal motors like kinesin-1 and dynein are necessary for intracellular transport and a variety of other functions in the cell. They have been well characterized in simplified, single-motor, in vitro systems, but less is known about their mechanical properties in vivo, in a more complex, multi-motor environment. In order to better study these(More)
CONTEXT Peroneal reaction to sudden inversion has been determined to be too slow to overcome the joint motion. A focused plyometric training program may decrease the muscle's reaction time. OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of a 6-wk plyometric training program on peroneus longus reaction time. DESIGN Repeated measures. SETTING University research(More)
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