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slow muscle

Kinetics of Slow Reversible Inhibition of Human Muscle Creatine Kinase by Planar Anions

Reducing CTGF/CCN2 slows down mdx muscle dystrophy and improves cell therapy

Effects of Aging and Denervation on the Expression of Uncoupling Proteins in Slow- and Fast-Twitch Muscles of Rats

Roles of Troponin Isoforms in pH Dependence of Contraction in Rabbit Fast and Slow Skeletal and Cardiac Muscles

Change of chloride ion channel conductance is an early event of slow‐to‐fast fibre type transition during unloading‐induced muscle disuse

Chronic AMPK activation evokes the slow, oxidative myogenic program and triggers beneficial adaptations in mdx mouse skeletal muscle

Selective inhibition of caspases in skeletal muscle reverses the apoptotic synaptic degeneration in slow-channel myasthenic syndrome

Dok-7 promotes slow muscle integrity as well as neuromuscular junction formation in a zebrafish model of congenital myasthenic syndromes

Slowed Muscle Contractile Properties Are Not Associated With a Decreased EMG/Force Relationship in Older Humans

Mutations in Different Functional Domains of the Human Muscle Acetylcholine Receptor α Subunit in Patients with the Slow-Channel congenital Myasthenic Syndrome

In vivo electrotransfer of the cardiotrophin-1 gene into skeletal muscle slows down progression of motor neuron degeneration in pmn mice

Human Slow Troponin T (TNNT1) Pre-mRNA Alternative Splicing Is an Indicator of Skeletal Muscle Response to Resistance Exercise in Older Adults

Mild heat stress enhances differentiation and proliferation of Japanese quail myoblasts and enhances slow muscle fiber characteristics

Modulation of utrophin A mRNA stability in fast versus slow muscles via an AU-rich element and calcineurin signaling

Calorie Restriction Enhances Insulin-Stimulated Glucose Uptake and Akt Phosphorylation in Both Fast-Twitch and Slow-Twitch Skeletal Muscle of 24-Month-Old Rats

 

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Myoglobin-rich striated muscle (slow twitch, type I muscle) that is used for long-term activity such as maintenance of posture and that relies on oxidative metabolism. Fast twitch muscles (type IIa) are also myoglobin rich and have a faster contraction speed than type I. A second type of fast twitch muscle (type IIb) is used for rapid but relatively infrequent contraction, has less myoglobin, and relies more on glycolysis.

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