Corpus ID: 7240546

Characterization of inflammatory responses to eccentric exercise in humans.

@article{Peake2005CharacterizationOI,
  title={Characterization of inflammatory responses to eccentric exercise in humans.},
  author={J. Peake and K. Nosaka and K. Suzuki},
  journal={Exercise immunology review},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={
          64-85
        }
}
Eccentric exercise commonly results in muscle damage. The primary sequence of events leading to exercise-induced muscle damage is believed to involve initial mechanical disruption of sarcomeres, followed by impaired excitation-contraction coupling and calcium signaling, and finally, activation of calcium-sensitive degradation pathways. Muscle damage is characterized by ultrastructural changes to muscle architecture, increased muscle proteins and enzymes in the bloodstream, loss of muscular… Expand
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