What does the transcriptome signature of resistance exercise tell us about aging and skeletal muscle adaptation?

Abstract

THE AGING PROCESS IS ASSOCIATED with a progressive decline in motor function attributable largely to sarcopenia, an ageassociated loss of muscle mass and strength that occurs to varying degrees in all individuals (2). Although sarcopenia is not classified as a disease, it is a major contributing factor to increased frailty and loss of mobility in older… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00352.2012

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