Ryanodine receptor type-1 (RyR1) expression and protein S-nitrosylation pattern in human soleus myofibres following bed rest and exercise countermeasure

@article{Salanova2008RyanodineRT,
  title={Ryanodine receptor type-1 (RyR1) expression and protein S-nitrosylation pattern in human soleus myofibres following bed rest and exercise countermeasure},
  author={M. A. Salanova and Gudrun Schiffl and J{\"o}rn Rittweger and Dieter Felsenberg and Dieter Blottner},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={130},
  pages={105-118}
}
The ryanodine receptor type-I (RyR1) is one key player of the excitation–contraction coupling (E-CC) machinery. However, RyR1 expression in human skeletal muscle disuse and plasticity changes are not well documented. We studied the expression and the functional modifications of RyR1 following prolonged bed rest (BR) without and with exercise countermeasure (Resistive Vibration Exercise, RVE). Soleus biopsies were taken from a non-trained control (BR-CTRL) and trained (BR-RVE) group (each n = 10… CONTINUE READING

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