Exercise training-induced gender-specific heat shock protein adaptations in human skeletal muscle.

  title={Exercise training-induced gender-specific heat shock protein adaptations in human skeletal muscle.},
  author={James P Morton and Kathryn Holloway and Paul W. Woods and Nigel Timothy Cable and Jatin G Burniston and Louise Evans and Anna C. Kayani and Anne McArdle},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  volume={39 2},
This study investigates the effects of short-term endurance training on heat shock protein (HSP) adaptations of male and female human skeletal muscle. The data demonstrate that females did not respond to continuous or interval training in terms of increasing HSP content of the vastus lateralis muscle. In contrast, males displayed HSP adaptations to both training interventions. These data provide a platform for future human studies to examine a potential gender-specific stress response to… CONTINUE READING

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