Measured and modeled properties of mammalian skeletal muscle: III. the effects of stimulus frequency on stretch-induced force enhancement and shortening-induced force depression

@article{Brown2000MeasuredAM,
  title={Measured and modeled properties of mammalian skeletal muscle: III. the effects of stimulus frequency on stretch-induced force enhancement and shortening-induced force depression},
  author={Ian E. Brown and Gerald E. Loeb},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility},
  year={2000},
  volume={21},
  pages={21-31}
}
Stretch-induced force enhancement and shortening-induced force depression were examined in fast-twitch feline caudofemoralis muscle at 37∘C. These phenomena were induced by applying ramp length changes during the first 100–200 ms of an otherwise isometric contraction. The effects of various stimulus frequencies ranging from 30 to 120 pps were investigated over lengths ranging from 0.85 to 1.15 L0. Distributed asynchronous stimulation of bundles of ventral roots was employed to produce smooth… CONTINUE READING

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