Two-dimensional 31P-chemical shift imaging of intramuscular heterogeneity in exercising human forearm muscle.

@article{Jeneson1992Twodimensional3S,
  title={Two-dimensional 31P-chemical shift imaging of intramuscular heterogeneity in exercising human forearm muscle.},
  author={Jeroen A L Jeneson and Sarah J. Nelson and Daniel B. Vigneron and June S. Taylor and Joseph Murphy-Boesch and Truman R. Brown},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={263 2 Pt 1},
  pages={
          C357-64
        }
}
Two-dimensional phosphorus chemical shift imaging (2D-31P-CSI) was used to investigate macroscopic heterogeneity within the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) muscle of the human forearm during exercise. Subjects performed low-frequency steady-state finger flexion exercise at submaximal work levels using a bulb ergometer. The number of fingers actively involved in finger flexion exercise was varied in a total of 12 experiments. Active muscles could be determined by the increase of Pi and decrease… CONTINUE READING

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