Does residual force enhancement increase with increasing stretch magnitudes?

@article{Hisey2009DoesRF,
  title={Does residual force enhancement increase with increasing stretch magnitudes?},
  author={Brandon Hisey and Tim R Leonard and Walter Herzog},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 10},
  pages={1488-92}
}
It is generally accepted that force enhancement in skeletal muscles increases with increasing stretch magnitudes. However, this property has not been tested across supra-physiological stretch magnitudes and different muscle lengths, thus it is not known whether this is a generic property of skeletal muscle, or merely a property that holds for small stretch magnitudes within the physiological range. Six cat soleus muscles were actively stretched with magnitudes varying from 3 to 24 mm at three… CONTINUE READING