A single intake of capsiate improves mechanical performance and bioenergetics efficiency in contracting mouse skeletal muscle.

@article{Kazuya2014ASI,
  title={A single intake of capsiate improves mechanical performance and bioenergetics efficiency in contracting mouse skeletal muscle.},
  author={Yashiro Kazuya and Anne Tonson and {\'E}milie Pecchi and Christiane Dalmasso and Christophe Vilmen and Y. Le Fur and Monique Bernard and David Bendahan and Beno{\^i}t Giannesini},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2014},
  volume={306 10},
  pages={
          E1110-9
        }
}
Capsiate is known to increase whole body oxygen consumption possibly via the activation of uncoupling processes, but its effect at the skeletal muscle level remains poorly documented and conflicting. To clarify this issue, gastrocnemius muscle function and energetics were investigated in mice 2 h after a single intake of either vehicle (control) or purified capsiate (at 10 or 100 mg/kg body wt) through a multidisciplinary approach combining in vivo and in vitro measurements. Mechanical… 

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