Signal transduction pathways that regulate muscle growth.

@article{Wackerhage2008SignalTP,
  title={Signal transduction pathways that regulate muscle growth.},
  author={Henning Wackerhage and Aivaras Ratkevicius},
  journal={Essays in biochemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={99-108}
}
Progressive high-resistance exercise with 8-12 repetitions per set to near failure for beginners and 1-12 repetitions for athletes will increase muscle protein synthesis for up to 72 h; approx. 20 g of protein, especially when ingested directly after exercise, will promote high growth by elevating protein synthesis above breakdown. Muscle growth is regulated by signal transduction pathways that sense and compute local and systemic signals and regulate various cellular functions. The main… CONTINUE READING
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