Changes in myonuclear domain size do not precede muscle hypertrophy during prolonged resistance-type exercise training.

@article{Snijders2016ChangesIM,
  title={Changes in myonuclear domain size do not precede muscle hypertrophy during prolonged resistance-type exercise training.},
  author={Tim Snijders and Joey S. J. Smeets and Janneau M X van Kranenburg and Arie K. Kies and Lucas J C van Loon and Lex B Verdijk},
  journal={Acta physiologica},
  year={2016},
  volume={216 2},
  pages={231-9}
}
AIM Muscle fibre hypertrophy is accompanied by an increase in myonuclear number, an increase in myonuclear domain size or both. It has been suggested that increases in myonuclear domain size precede myonuclear accretion and subsequent muscle fibre hypertrophy during prolonged exercise training. In this study, we assessed the changes in muscle fibre size, myonuclear and satellite cell content throughout 12 weeks of resistance-type exercise training in young men. METHODS Twenty-two young men… CONTINUE READING

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