Markus P. O. Gödderz

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The identification of large numbers of phosphopeptides from complex samples largely relies on sample fractionation in order to reduce complexity and to allow using large amounts of starting material. For such experiments, commonly fractionation of whole cell lysate digests followed by enrichment of phosphopeptides from the single fractions is performed. We(More)
Eccentric exercise leads to focal disruptions in the myofibrils, referred to as "lesions". These structures are thought to contribute to the post-exercise muscle weakness, and to represent areas of mechanical damage and/or remodelling. Lesions have been investigated in human biopsies and animal samples after exercise. However, this approach does not examine(More)
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