Proceedings of the Australian Physiological Society Symposium: Signals Mediating Exercise-Induced Skeletal Muscle Remodelling Novel role for b-adrenergic signalling in skeletal muscle growth, development and regeneration

@inproceedings{Ryall2010ProceedingsOT,
  title={Proceedings of the Australian Physiological Society Symposium: Signals Mediating Exercise-Induced Skeletal Muscle Remodelling Novel role for b-adrenergic signalling in skeletal muscle growth, development and regeneration},
  author={James G. Ryall and Jarrod E. Church and Gordon S Lynch},
  year={2010}
}
1. In adult mammals, skeletal muscle mass is maintained through a precise balance of protein synthesis and protein degradation, whereas during development cellular (not protein) turnover predominates. When protein balance is shifted towards synthesis, skeletal muscle hypertrophy ensues. In contrast, increased protein degradation leads to skeletal muscle atrophy. Insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-I is among the best documented of the growth factors and regulates skeletal muscle mass by increasing… CONTINUE READING

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