Training-induced alterations in young and senescent rat diaphragm muscle.

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The current study sought to examine the effects of chronic endurance treadmill running on oxidative capacity and capillary density in specific diaphragm muscle fiber types in young (5 mo) and senescent (greater than or equal to 23 mo) female Fischer 344 rats. Both young and senescent animals trained at approximately 75% of maximal O2 consumption for 1 h/day… (More)

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@article{Gosselin1992TraininginducedAI, title={Training-induced alterations in young and senescent rat diaphragm muscle.}, author={Laurent Gosselin and M. C. Betlach and Arthur C. Vailas and D. Paul Thomas}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={1992}, volume={72 4}, pages={1506-11} }