Short-Term Exercise in Mice Increases Tibial Post-Yield Mechanical Properties While Two Weeks of Latency Following Exercise Increases Tissue-Level Strength

@article{Wallace2009ShortTermEI,
  title={Short-Term Exercise in Mice Increases Tibial Post-Yield Mechanical Properties While Two Weeks of Latency Following Exercise Increases Tissue-Level Strength},
  author={Joseph M Wallace and M. Sancosmed Ron and David H Kohn},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={2009},
  volume={84},
  pages={297-304}
}
We have previously shown that exercise during growth increases post-yield deformation in C57BL6/129 (B6;129) male tibiae at the expense of reduced pre-yield deformation and structural and tissue strength. Other research in the literature indicates that increased mineral content, cross-sectional geometry and structural strength due to exercise can be maintained or increased after exercise ends for as long as 14 weeks. It was therefore hypothesized that after our exercise protocol ended, effects… CONTINUE READING
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