Ageing has no effect on the regulation of the ubiquitin proteasome-related genes and proteins following resistance exercise

@inproceedings{Stefanetti2014AgeingHN,
  title={Ageing has no effect on the regulation of the ubiquitin proteasome-related genes and proteins following resistance exercise},
  author={Renae J. Stefanetti and Evelyn Zacharewicz and Paul A. Della Gatta and Andrew P. Garnham and Aaron P Russell and S{\'e}verine Lamon},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
  year={2014}
}
Skeletal muscle atrophy is a critical component of the ageing process. Age-related muscle wasting is due to disrupted muscle protein turnover, a process mediated in part by the ubiquitin proteasome pathway (UPP). Additionally, older subjects have been observed to have an attenuated anabolic response, at both the molecular and physiological levels, following a single-bout of resistance exercise (RE). We investigated the expression levels of the UPP-related genes and proteins involved in muscle… CONTINUE READING
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