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Mechanisms of contractile dysfunction in the senescent rat diaphragm

Mechanisms of contractile dysfunction in the senescent rat diaphragm

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diaphragm -- Contraction,
  • Muscular atrophy,
  • Diaphragm -- Aging,
  • Aging -- Physiological aspects,
  • Rats -- Physiology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David S. Criswell.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 77 leaves
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17791941M
    OCLC/WorldCa34011347

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Get this from a library. Mechanisms of contractile dysfunction in the senescent rat diaphragm. [David S Criswell]. Alteration of contractile force and mass in the senescent diaphragm with beta(2)-agonist treatment.

J Appl Physiol. ; – Suzuki T, Maruyama A, Sugiura T, Machida S, Miyata H. Age-related changes in two- and three-dimensional morphology of type-identified endplates in the rat diaphragm. J Physiol Sci. ; –Cited by: Contractile dysfunction and altered metabolic profile of the aging rat thyroarytenoid muscle Article in Journal of Applied Physiology (2) March with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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The resting force at Lo did not differ between young and senescent diaphragm muscles. However, the senescent diaphragm exhibited greater passive force compared with the young (P. The metabolic characteristics of the diaphragm reflect its high tonic contractile activity.

In the rat, the diaphragm is composed of four different major muscle fiber types (i.e. I, IIa, IId/x, and IIb) which are heterogenously distributed (Delp and Duan,Powers et al., ). syndrome Mice: Insight into the Muscle Dysfunction Seen in the Human J Physiol Regu Integr Comp Physiol.

(12): R, 3. Kavazis, A.N.,K.C. DeRuisseau,and D.M. Gordon. The senescent rat diaphragm does not exhibit age-related changes in caspase activities, DNA fragmentation, or myonuclear domain. Eur J. In this article, we illustrate the application of difference in-gel electrophoresis for the proteomic analysis of dystrophic skeletal muscle.

The mdx diaphragm was used as a tissue model of dystrophinopathy. Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis is a widely employed protein separation method in proteomic investigations. Although two-dimensional gels usually underestimate the cellular presence of Cited by: 3. Muscle fiber type and motor unit classification.

The concept of the motor unit as the basic functional element of neuromotor control was first proposed by Sherrington in (Liddell and Sherrington,Sherrington, ).Motor units are classified into specific types based on the mechanical and fatigue properties of the muscle fibers comprising each unit (Burke,Burke et al Cited by:   The stress-inducible kDa heat shock protein (HSP70) is a highly conserved protein with diverse intracellular and extracellular functions.

In skeletal muscle, HSP70 is rapidly induced in response to both non-damaging and damaging stress stimuli Cited by: The natural aging process is associated with changes in structure and function of the human lung that becomes pronounced with advanced age.

Age-related changes in immune function and immune regulation likely play an important role in age-associated lung remodeling and respiratory infection risk and environmental exposures plus a variety of endogenous factors may accelerate the pace of Author: Keith C.

Meyer. Skeletal muscle deteriorates with aging, contributing to physical frailty, poor health outcomes, and increased risk of mortality. Denervation is a major driver of changes in aging muscle. This occurs through transient denervation-reinnervation events throughout the aging process that remodel the spatial domain of motor units and alter fiber type.

In advanced age, reinnervation wanes, leading Author: Maria-Eleni Anagnostou, Russell T. Hepple. Nitric oxide donor reduces rat diaphragm oxygen consumption.

Paper presented at the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine in College Station, TX, Song, W., J.M. Lawler, and Demaree, S.R. Xanthine oxidase-induced modulation of rat diaphragm contractility: effect of nitrendipine (Ca2+ channel antagonist).

Barreiro E, Comtois AS, Mohammed S, Lands L, Hussain SNA. (b). Role of heme oxygenases in sepsis-induced diaphragmatic contractile dysfunction and oxidative stress. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol PhysiolL–L Google ScholarCited by: 4.

The selected age represents senescent rats according to the life span of the F×BN rodent strain. The F×BN rat has the distinct advantage of not acquiring many of the age-related pathologies that proliferate in their highly inbred counterparts.

Upon completion of the study, rats were euthanized with intra-arterial pentobarbital sodium Cited by: 8. Mitochondrial dysfunction is associated with a pro-apoptotic cellular environment in senescent cardiac muscle Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, Vol.

No. 2 Exercise-Induced Cardioprotection: Overview with an Emphasis on the Role of AntioxidantsCited by:   Abstract.

Muscle proteomics is concerned with the large-scale profiling of the protein complement from contractile tissues in order to enhance our biochemical knowledge of fundamental physiological processes, as well as the pathophysiological Author: Kathleen O’Connell, Philip Doran, Joan Gannon, Pamela Donoghue, Kay Ohlendieck.

Nitric oxide donor reduces rat diaphragm. oxygen consumption. Paper presented at the Texas Chapter of the American College. of Sports Medicine in College Station, TX, Song, W., J.M.

Lawler, and Demaree, S.R. Xanthine oxidase-induced modulation of rat. diaphragm contractility: effect of nitrendipine (Ca2+ channel antagonist). Paper. Uric acid induces endothelial dysfunction by vascular insulin resistance associated with the impairment of nitric oxide synthesis.

You-Jin Choi, Yujin Yoon, Kang-Yo Lee, Tran Thi Hien, Keon Wook Kang, Kyong-Cheol Kim, Jeewoo Lee, Moo-Yeol Lee, Seung Mi Lee, Duk-Hee Kang, and ; Byung-Hoon Lee; Pages: –; Published on 20 March In recent years, exciting new evidence for the role of the slit diaphragm in glomerular permeability is the remarkable discovery by Tryggvason and associates (25, 26) that a unique protein, nephrin, directly constitutes at least part of the structure of the slit diaphragm and, cogently, abnormal nephrin or its absence results in proteinuria and Cited by: 7.

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