Ultrastructural and gene-expression changes in the calcium regulation system of rat skeletal muscles under exhausting exercise

@article{Korf2017UltrastructuralAG,
  title={Ultrastructural and gene-expression changes in the calcium regulation system of rat skeletal muscles under exhausting exercise},
  author={Ekaterina A Korf and Igor V. Kubasov and Maxim S. Vonsky and Artemy V Novozhilov and Andrey L. Runov and E. V. Kurchakova and Elena Victorovna Matrosova and T. V. Tavrovskaya and Nikolay V Goncharov},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={371-380}
}
The expression of genes responsible for the synthesis of essential proteins regulating the calcium-ion balance and ultrastructural characteristics of fast-twitch (m. extensor digitorum longus, EDL) and slow-twitch (m. soleus, SOL) skeletal muscles under prolonged exercise were studied in an experimental model of forced-swimming rats. A day after the end of the exercise, no significant changes in any of the five investigated genes were revealed in the SOL. A few triad elements (T-tubules and… CONTINUE READING

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