*  Superoxide Modulates Myogenic Contractions of Mouse Afferent Arterioles | Hypertension
Nitric oxide blunts myogenic autoregulation in rat renal but not skeletal muscle circulation via tubuloglomerular feedback. J ... which enhanced myogenic contractions largely independent of NO, whereas H2O2 impaired pressure-induced contractions but was not ... because 25 μmol/L of H2O2 inhibited myogenic contractions. H2O2 also inhibited angiotensin-induced contractions and ... Superoxide Modulates Myogenic Contractions of Mouse Afferent Arterioles. En Yin Lai, Anton Wellstein, William J. Welch, ...
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*  Blog 2 (Strength and Power) - The Depot
Types of Contraction. All types of strength are a result of individual muscle fibres contracting, a muscle fibre contracts ... If the force generated by the muscle fibres is greater than the load, then the entire muscle length will shorten and the load ... Concentric/Eccentric contractions are collectively known as Dynamic contractions. When the force exerted by the fibres is equal ... When the load is greater than the force produced by the muscle fibres the muscle will lengthen, this is called an Eccentric ...
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*  Change up your contractions / Resource | Monster Supplements
It's the opposite movement to the concentric contraction but it isn't the antagonistic muscle that creates the opposing muscle ... Isometric - Isometric contractions are where the muscle is held at a certain length. Even when you aren't moving you are still ... Concentric - a concentric contraction is where the muscle shortens in length causing your bodypart to move. For example when ... Eccentric - an eccentric contraction is the lengthening of the muscle. This occurs when you lower the weight under control. ...
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*  A chemo-mechanical model for the single myofibril in striated muscle contraction | SpringerLink
Eisenberg E, Hill TL (1978) A cross-bridge model of muscle contraction. Prog Biophys Mol Biol 33:55-82CrossRefGoogle Scholar ... Huxley AF (1957) Muscle structure and theories of contraction. Prog Biophys Biophys Chem 7:255-318Google Scholar ... Naldi G (1988) Multiple actin sites models of muscle contraction. Mathematical study. Pub. IAN N. 600, PaviaGoogle Scholar ... The proposed in-silico model enables the study of biologically relevant process in the muscle contraction process, also in the ...
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*  Physiotherapy Fitness Beauty: March 2009
Moreover alternating current could produce strong muscle contractions regardless of the condition of the muscle, whereas DC- ... induced contractions were strong if the muscle was strong, and weak if the muscle was weak. Since that time almost all ... Inspiratory Muscle Trainer is a device to assist in building inspiratory muscle strength. The device should be used daily as ... at voltage strengths needed for muscle contractions, they cause the skin to blister (at the anode) and pit (at the cathode). ...
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*  Understanding Muscle Contractions For Rapid Results / Resource | Monster Supplements
... on muscle contractions and the importance of utilising them.ConcentricConcentric muscle contractions occur when the muscle ... This is even rarer than an eccentric muscle contraction in 99% of the gyms you will go into. This again is a much overlooked ... To be more specific, I am referring to their repetition tempo during each phase of the muscle contraction. Today I wanted to ... Using a tempo of 1-2 seconds during the concentric contraction will help you engage the fast twitch type 2b muscle fibres ...
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*  Self-Regulation of Motor Force Through Chemomechanical Coupling in Skeletal Muscle Contraction | Journal of Applied Mechanics |...
Chen B. Self-Regulation of Motor Force Through Chemomechanical Coupling in Skeletal Muscle Contraction. ASME. J. Appl. Mech. ... Duke, T. A., 1999, "Molecular Model of Muscle Contraction," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A., 96, pp. 2770-2775. [CrossRef] ... Chen, B., and Gao, H., 2011, "Motor Force Homeostasis in Skeletal Muscle Contraction," Biophys J., 101, pp. 396-403. [CrossRef] ... Geeves, M. A., and Holmes, K. C., 1999, "Structural Mechanism of Muscle Contraction," Ann. Rev. Biochem., 68, pp. 687-728. [ ...
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*  Isotonic Muscle Contraction | Article about Isotonic Muscle Contraction by The Free Dictionary
Find out information about Isotonic Muscle Contraction. contraction of a muscle at unchanging tension, expressed in a decrease ... Purely isotonic muscle... Explanation of Isotonic Muscle Contraction ... Related to Isotonic Muscle Contraction: isometric muscle contraction Isotonic Muscle Contraction. contraction of a muscle at ... it is possible to observe all of the steps in the transition from isotonic muscle contraction to isometric muscle contraction. ...
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*  KEGG PATHWAY: Vascular smooth muscle contraction
The vascular smooth muscle cell (VSMC) is a highly specialized cell whose principal function is contraction. On contraction, ... Vascular smooth muscle contraction [ Pathway menu , Organism menu , Pathway entry , Download KGML , Show description , User ...
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*  IJMS | Free Full-Text | Water and Muscle Contraction | Notes
Muscle power output and the steady rate of contraction are linked by modulating a single parameter, a viscosity coefficient. ... Muscle operation is characterized by working strokes of much shorter length and much quicker than in the classical model. As a ... as the tendency of these proteins to form geometrically ordered structures provide a link between water and muscle contraction ... to the stiffness of muscle structures and to the viscosity of the sliding of the thin over the thick filaments. ...
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*  Muscle Contraction Disease (Myoclonus) in Dogs | petMD
... is used to denote a condition in which a portion of a muscle, entire muscle, or group of muscles contracts in a coarse, ... Involuntary, continuous, coarse, and rhythmic contractions of a muscle, portion of a muscle, or group of muscles is the most ... The term 'myoclonus' is used to denote a condition in which a portion of a muscle, entire muscle, or group of muscles contracts ... These abnormal contractions occur due to nervous dysfunction and most commonly affect groups of muscles involved in chewing and ...
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*  Muscle Contraction: Strength - Biology-Online
A muscle contraction (also known as a muscle twitch or simply twitch) occurs when a muscle fiber generates tension through the ... I would like to know how the strength of a contraction of a muscle is controlled in detail.. Does a muscle contract stronger ... Contraction is controlled by the central nervous system (CNS), which comprises the brain and spinal cord. Voluntary muscle ... Muscle Contraction: Strength. Discussion of all aspects of biological molecules, biochemical processes and laboratory ...
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*  UT Southwestern researchers reveal mechanisms of smooth-muscle contraction
The first step in the primary chemical pathway for muscle contraction is for calcium in the muscle cell to combine with ... and that therefore the contraction would be stronger. The researchers saw the strong muscle contraction, but they only saw a ... to initiate contraction in smooth-muscle cells. When the researchers treated smooth muscle cells from mice with the drug ... The result is that the strength of the contraction of smooth-muscle cells remains robust. ...
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*  What role does ATP play in muscle contraction? | Reference.com
... in a chemical reaction with water provides energy for skeletal muscles to contract. Since the amount of... ... How do your muscle cells produce ATP during rapid exercise?. A: Muscle cells produce ATP anaerobically during periods of rapid ... such as muscle contraction, transmission of nerve... Full Answer , Filed Under: * Tennis ... metabolic pathways that generate new ATP must be activated for continued muscle contraction. These pathways are either ...
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*  Role of ATP in Muscle Contraction - The Student Room
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*  www.ASAP.org • View topic - Constant muscle contraction
Since June I have had non-stop muscle contractions in my legs. You can see them and they are 24/7. I can feel the electrical ... Constant muscle contraction. Have a question about a symptom, procedure, medication, diagnosis, research, or coping? Ask ... Re: Constant muscle contraction. by pmaxwell » Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:59 pm ... Re: Constant muscle contraction. by passmass » Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:23 am ...
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*  Introduction: Muscle contraction headache - CureResearch.com
Introduction to Muscle contraction headache as a medical condition including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, ... Introduction: Muscle contraction headache. Muscle contraction headache: Headache from tension or muscle contraction. ... Contents for Muscle contraction headache: *Basic Summary for Muscle contraction headache *Prognosis of Muscle contraction ... Types of Muscle contraction headache *Causes of Muscle contraction headache *Symptoms of Muscle contraction headache * ...
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*  IJMS | Free Full-Text | Geometrical Conditions Indispensable for Muscle Contraction | Notes
Computer simulation has uncovered the geometrical conditions under which the vertebrate striated muscle sarcomere can contract ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - Muscle Contractions
Muscle Contractions. by raym1 » Fri Feb 18, 2011 8:33 pm Hi, this is my first post here. I'm looking for a simple effective ... I'm having a hard time understanding how actin and myosin react during a muscle contraction. The whole A band, I band, Z line ... Re: Muscle Contractions. by Jpoley » Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:42 am ... Muscle Contractions. Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. ... This gives it enough 'voltage' to reach its threshold which initiates an action potential on the muscle cell membrane ( ...
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*  The mechanism for vertebrate striated muscle contraction. | Circulation Research
The mechanism for vertebrate striated muscle contraction.. F J Julian, R L Moss, M R Sollins ...
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*  British Library EThOS: The effect of drugs on isolated detrusor muscle contraction
Oestrogens have been shown to have an inhibitory effect on detrusor muscle contraction after in vitro and in vivo treatment. In ... Caffeine was found to have only a slight potentiating effect on isolated human and rat detruosr muscle contraction. The results ... Treatment for 8 days had no effect on isolated detrasor contraction but a single dose reduced detrasor contractile response. It ... The effect of low concentrations of caffeine on the contractile response of isolated human and rat detrusor muscle was ...
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*  KEGG PATHWAY: Cardiac muscle contraction - Homo sapiens (human)
Cardiac muscle contraction - Homo sapiens (human) [ Pathway menu , Organism menu , Pathway entry , Download KGML , Show ... Contraction of the heart is a complex process initiated by the electrical excitation of cardiac myocytes (excitation- ... contraction coupling, ECC). In cardiac myocytes, Ca2+ influx induced by activation of voltage-dependent L-type Ca channels (DHP ...
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*  Muscle contraction - Wikipedia
In contrast, a muscle contraction is isotonic if muscle length changes but the muscle tension remains the same. If the muscle ... The mechanisms of contraction in these muscle tissues are similar to those in skeletal muscle tissues. Muscle contractions can ... Muscle contraction is the activation of tension-generating sites within muscle fibers. In physiology, muscle contraction does ... This occurs when a muscle's force of contraction matches the total load on the muscle. In concentric contraction, muscle ...
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*  Is Non-Cardiac Chest Pain Caused by Sustained Longitudinal Smooth Muscle Contraction? - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
Is Non-Cardiac Chest Pain Caused by Sustained Longitudinal Smooth Muscle Contraction?. The safety and scientific validity of ... Some evidence suggests it may be related to sustained esophageal contractions (SECs) of longitudinal smooth muscle. The ... Is Non-Cardiac Chest Pain Caused by Sustained Longitudinal Smooth Muscle Contraction?. ...
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*  DWP and DLA Tribunral JUDGE statememt of reasons - British Lung Foundation | HealthUnlocked
That just stinks Daz, If somebody were to take a quick look at me in certain circumstances they would think there's nothing ... Muscles, bones and joints. *. Neurological disorders. *. Womens health. Search British Lung Foundation ...
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