Effects of ten-day aerobic training on the energy potential and blood supply of skeletal muscle in rats

Abstract

The activity of mitochondrial creatine kinase is found to increase in skeletal muscles of rats after ten days of running a treadmill. Over that short period, however, no significant increases occur either in the maximal rate of mitochondrial respiration or in the number of capillaries per skeletal muscle fiber and their density, nor are the early adaptive changes in muscle tissue accompanied by modifications in the resistive or metabolic compartments of the vascular bed, i.e. by improvements in the blood supply to muscle tissue.

DOI: 10.1007/BF02444073

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@article{Nemirovskaya2006EffectsOT, title={Effects of ten-day aerobic training on the energy potential and blood supply of skeletal muscle in rats}, author={Tatiana L. Nemirovskaya and Boris S. Shenkman and Olga S. Tarasova and Vladimir B. Koshelev}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2006}, volume={117}, pages={32-35} }