Acute resistance exercise increases the expression of chemotactic factors within skeletal muscle

@article{Gatta2014AcuteRE,
  title={Acute resistance exercise increases the expression of chemotactic factors within skeletal muscle},
  author={Paul A. Della Gatta and David Cameron-Smith and Jonathan M Peake},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={114},
  pages={2157-2167}
}
IntroductionIntense resistance exercise causes mechanical loading of skeletal muscle, followed by muscle adaptation. Chemotactic factors likely play an important role in these processes.PurposeWe investigated the time course of changes in the expression and tissue localization of several key chemotactic factors in skeletal muscle during the early phase of recovery following resistance exercise.MethodsMuscle biopsy samples were obtained from vastus lateralis of eight untrained men (22 ± 0.5… CONTINUE READING

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