Regulation of Satellite Cell Function in Sarcopenia

@inproceedings{Alway2014RegulationOS,
  title={Regulation of Satellite Cell Function in Sarcopenia},
  author={Stephen Edward Alway and Matthew J. Myers and Junaith Shaik Mohamed},
  booktitle={Front. Aging Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
The mechanisms contributing to sarcopenia include reduced satellite cell (myogenic stem cell) function that is impacted by the environment (niche) of these cells. Satellite cell function is affected by oxidative stress, which is elevated in aged muscles, and this along with changes in largely unknown systemic factors, likely contribute to the manner in which satellite cells respond to stressors such as exercise, disuse, or rehabilitation in sarcopenic muscles. Nutritional intervention provides… CONTINUE READING

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