Michael C. Hogan

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  • Abbott, David H Abman, Steven H Acker, Helmut Adhihetty, Peter Agostoni, Piergiuseppe Ahima +494 others
  • 2011
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In vivo oxidative capacity varies with muscle and training status in young adults energetics Antioxidants and aging: NMR-based evidence of improved skeletal muscle perfusion and Lower energy cost of skeletal muscle contractions in older humans skeletal muscle mitochondria play a role? Impairment of maximal aerobic power with moderate hypoxia in endurance(More)
The physiological flux of oxygen is extreme in exercising skeletal muscle. Hypoxia is thus a critical parameter in muscle function, influencing production of ATP, utilization of energy-producing substrates, and manufacture of exhaustion-inducing metabolites. Glycolysis is the central source of anaerobic energy in animals, and this metabolic pathway is(More)
Increasing contraction frequency in single skeletal muscle fibers has been shown to increase the magnitude of the fall in intracellular Po(2) (Pi(O(2))), reflecting a greater metabolic rate. To test whether Pi(O(2)) kinetics are altered by contraction frequency through this increase in metabolic stress, Pi(O(2)) was measured in Xenopus single fibers (n =(More)
The physiological flux of oxygen is extreme in exercising skeletal muscle. Hypoxia is thus a critical parameter in muscle function, influencing production of ATP, utilization of energy-producing substrates, and manufacture of exhaustion-inducing metabolites. Glycolysis is the central source of anaerobic energy in animals, and this metabolic pathway is(More)
At the onset of skeletal muscle repetitive contractions, there is a significant delay in the time to achieve oxidative phosphorylation steady state. The purpose of the present study was to examine the factors that limit oxidative phosphorylation at the onset of contractions. NAD(P)H was measured in real time during two contractile periods (2 min each)(More)
BACKGROUND Improvements in endoscopy center efficiency are needed, but scant data are available. OBJECTIVE To identify opportunities to improve patient throughput while balancing resource use and patient wait times in a safety-net endoscopy center. SETTING Safety-net endoscopy center. PATIENTS Outpatients undergoing endoscopy. INTERVENTION A time(More)
This study examined the relationship between force and cytosolic free calcium concentration ([Ca2+]c) in different fiber types from Xenopus before, during, and after cells underwent postcontractile depression (PCD). During a standardized fatigue run, force in the two fast fatiguing (FF) fiber types (types 1 and 2, n = 10) fell more quickly (5.8 vs. 8.1 min)(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine whether exposure to exogenous physiological concentrations of caffeine influence contractility, Ca(2+) handling, and fatigue development in isolated single Xenopus laevis skeletal muscle fibers. After isolation, two identical contractile periods (separated by 60-min rest) were conducted in each single(More)
The purpose of the present study was 1) to develop a stable model for measuring contraction-induced elevations in mRNA in single skeletal muscle fibers and 2) to utilize this model to investigate the response of heat shock protein 72 (HSP72) mRNA following an acute bout of fatiguing contractions. Living, intact skeletal muscle fibers were microdissected(More)