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Atrophy, Disuse

Known as: disuse atrophy muscle, Disuse Atrophy of Muscle, Disuse Atrophies 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Omega‐3 (n‐3) fatty acid supplementation enhances muscle protein synthesis and muscle size. Whether n‐3 fatty acid… Expand
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2018
Review
2018
Prolonged periods of skeletal muscle inactivity or mechanical unloading (bed rest, hindlimb unloading, immobilization… Expand
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2014
Highly Cited
2014
Short periods of muscle disuse, due to illness or injury, result in substantial skeletal muscle atrophy. Recently, we have shown… Expand
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2014
Review
2014
Maintenance of skeletal muscle is essential for health and survival. There are marked losses of skeletal muscle mass as well as… Expand
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2014
Highly Cited
2014
Oxidative stress is widely considered a major cause of muscle loss not only in disuse but also in most chronic diseases… Expand
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2014
Highly Cited
2014
Short successive periods of muscle disuse, due to injury or illness, can contribute significantly to the loss of muscle mass with… Expand
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2013
Review
2013
Situations such as the recovery from injury and illness can lead to enforced periods of muscle disuse or unloading. Such… Expand
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2013
Review
2013
Situations such as recovery from injury or illness require otherwise healthy humans to undergo periods of disuse, which lead to… Expand
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2005
Review
2005
In response to decreased usage, skeletal muscle undergoes an adaptive reductive remodeling. This adaptive response has been found… Expand
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1987
Highly Cited
1987
Denervated soleus, anterior tibialis, and gastrocnemius muscles, but not the extensor digitorum longus, contained 95-110% more… Expand
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