Functional overloading facilitates the regeneration of injured soleus muscles in mice.

@article{Morioka2008FunctionalOF,
  title={Functional overloading facilitates the regeneration of injured soleus muscles in mice.},
  author={Shigeta Morioka and Katsumasa Goto and Atsushi Kojima and Toshihito Naito and Yusuke Matsuba and Tatsuo Akema and Hiroto Fujiya and Tomiyoshi Sugiura and Yoshinobu Ohira and Moroe Beppu and Haruhito Aoki and Toshitada Yoshioka},
  journal={The journal of physiological sciences : JPS},
  year={2008},
  volume={58 6},
  pages={
          397-404
        }
}
The effect of functional overloading on the regenerating process of injured skeletal muscle was investigated in 10-week-old male mice (C57BL/6J). Functional overloading on soleus of both hindlimbs was performed by cutting the distal tendons of plantaris and gastrocnemius muscles for 2 weeks before cardiotoxin (CTX) injection as the preconditioning and also during 10 weeks of recovery. To activate the necrosis-regeneration cycle, 0.1 ml of 10-microM CTX was injected into soleus muscle. The mean… CONTINUE READING

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