Muscle aging and oxidative stress in wild-caught shrews.

@article{Hindle2010MuscleAA,
  title={Muscle aging and oxidative stress in wild-caught shrews.},
  author={Allyson G Hindle and John M Lawler and Kevin L Campbell and Markus Horning},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={155 4},
  pages={427-34}
}
Red-toothed shrews (Soricidae, subfamily Soricinae) are an intriguing model system to examine the free-radical theory of aging in wild mammals, given their short (<18months) lifespan and high mass-specific metabolic rates. As muscle performance underlies both foraging ability and predator avoidance, any age-related decline should be detrimental to fitness and survival. Muscle samples of water shrews (Sorex palustris) and sympatrically distributed short-tailed shrews (Blarina brevicauda) were… CONTINUE READING
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