Role of contraction duration in inducing fast-to-slow contractile and metabolic protein and functional changes in engineered muscle.

Abstract

The role of factors such as frequency, contraction duration and active time in the adaptation to chronic low-frequency electrical stimulation (CLFS) is widely disputed. In this study we explore the ability of contraction duration (0.6, 6, 60, and 600 sec) to induce a fast-to-slow shift in engineered muscle while using a stimulation frequency of 10 Hz and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jcp.24985

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