HSP72 gene expression progressively increases in human skeletal muscle during prolonged, exhaustive exercise.

@article{Febbraio2000HSP72GE,
  title={HSP72 gene expression progressively increases in human skeletal muscle during prolonged, exhaustive exercise.},
  author={Mark Anthony Febbraio and Irene Koukoulas},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={89 3},
  pages={1055-60}
}
To examine the effect of exercise on heat shock protein (HSP) 72 mRNA expression in skeletal muscle, five healthy humans (20 +/- 1 yr; 64 +/- 3 kg; peak O(2) uptake of 2.55 +/- 0.2 l/min) cycled until exhaustion at a workload corresponding to 63% peak O(2) uptake. Muscle was sampled from the vastus lateralis, and muscle temperature was measured at rest (R), 10 min of exercise (Min10), approximately 40 min before fatigue (F-40 = 144 +/- 7 min), and fatigue (F = 186 +/- 15 min). Muscle samples… CONTINUE READING
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