Skeletal muscle function: role of ionic changes in fatigue, damage and disease.

Abstract

1. Repeated activity of skeletal muscle causes a variety of changes in its properties: muscles become weaker with intense use (fatigue), may feel sore and weak after repeated contractions involving stretch and can degenerate in some disease conditions. The present review considers the role of early ionic changes in the development of each of these… (More)

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