The Acute Satellite Cell Response and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy following Resistance Training

@inproceedings{Bellamy2014TheAS,
  title={The Acute Satellite Cell Response and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy following Resistance Training},
  author={Leeann M. Bellamy and Sophie D. Joanisse and Amanda Grubb and Cameron J Mitchell and Bryon R. McKay and Stuart M Phillips and Steven K. Baker and Gianni Parise and Atsushi Asakura},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
The extent of skeletal muscle hypertrophy in response to resistance training is highly variable in humans. The main objective of this study was to explain the nature of this variability. More specifically, we focused on the myogenic stem cell population, the satellite cell (SC) as a potential mediator of hypertrophy. Twenty-three males (aged 18-35 yrs) participated in 16 wk of progressive, whole body resistance training, resulting in changes of 7.9±1.6% (range of -1.9-24.7%) and 21.0±4.0… CONTINUE READING
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