Rostral-caudal variation in troponin T and parvalbumin correlates with differences in relaxation rates of cod axial muscle.

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Relaxation rate is an important determinant of axial muscle power production during the oscillatory contractions of undulatory locomotion. Recently, significant differences have been reported in the relaxation rates of rostral versus caudal white muscle fibers of the Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L. The present study investigates the biochemical correlates of… (More)

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