Reduction of skeletal muscle injury through stress conditioning using the heat-shock response.

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The heat-shock response refers to specific reversible changes in cellular metabolism that impart a protective effect on individual cells, as well as entire organisms, against subsequent noxious stimuli. Our objective was to quantify skeletal muscle injury following an ischemic event in a rat model by measuring levels of adenosine triphosphate and creatine… (More)

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