An apparent lack of effect of satellite cell depletion on hypertrophy could be due to methodological limitations. Response to 'Methodological issues limit interpretation of negative effects of satellite cell depletion on adult muscle hypertrophy'.

@article{Egner2017AnAL,
  title={An apparent lack of effect of satellite cell depletion on hypertrophy could be due to methodological limitations. Response to 'Methodological issues limit interpretation of negative effects of satellite cell depletion on adult muscle hypertrophy'.},
  author={Ingrid M. Egner and Jo C Bruusgaard and Kristian Gundersen},
  journal={Development},
  year={2017},
  volume={144 8},
  pages={
          1365-1367
        }
}
In their Correspondence, Charlotte Peterson's group suggests that methodological weaknesses of our paper ([Egner et al., 2016][1]) preclude the interpretation that satellite cells (SCs) are obligatory for hypertrophy after mechanical overload (OL), a finding conflicting with their own study 
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