Myogenic and proteolytic mRNA expression following blood flow restricted exercise

@article{Manini2011MyogenicAP,
  title={Myogenic and proteolytic mRNA expression following blood flow restricted exercise},
  author={T. Manini and K. Vincent and C. Leeuwenburgh and H. Lees and A. Kavazis and S. Borst and B. Clark},
  journal={Acta Physiologica},
  year={2011},
  volume={201}
}
Aim:  Resistance exercise performed at low loads (20–30% of maximal strength) with blood flow restriction (BFR) acutely increases protein synthesis and induces hypertrophy when performed chronically. We investigated myogenic and proteolytic mRNA expression 8 h following an acute bout of knee extension exercise. 
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