Impact of manipulations of myogenesis in utero on the performance of adult skeletal muscle.

@article{Maltin2001ImpactOM,
  title={Impact of manipulations of myogenesis in utero on the performance of adult skeletal muscle.},
  author={C. Maltin and M. Delday and K. Sinclair and J. Steven and A. Sneddon},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2001},
  volume={122 3},
  pages={
          359-74
        }
}
The possibility that early fetal programming affects health or disease status in adult life has been considered in relation to tissues such as the cardiovascular system but not with respect to skeletal muscle. Since muscle mass and function are important for life, it is pertinent to ask whether events during the development of muscle in utero can affect the performance of the tissue in later life. This review discusses the factors that influence muscle performance, outlines the current… Expand
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