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Demirel, H.A., Hamilton, K.L., Shanely, R.A., Tümer, N., Koroly, M.J., Powers, S.K. Age and attenuation of exercise-induced myocardial HSP72 accumulation American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 285 (4 54-4), pp. H1609-H1615, 2003   

Jackson, M.J. Control of reactive oxygen species production in contracting skeletal muscle Antioxidants and Redox Signaling 15 (9) , pp. 2477-2486, 2011

 Korzeniowska-Kubacka, I. Physical training as an effective way to protect the heart against ischaemia Kardiologia Polska 69 (SUPPL. 3) , pp. S75-S79, 2011

Carreira, R.S., Lee, P., Gottlieb, R.A. Mitochondrial therapeutics for cardioprotection Current Pharmaceutical Design 17 (20) , pp. 2017-2035, 2011

Ascensão, A., Lumini-Oliveira, J., Oliveira, P.J., Magalhães, J.  Mitochondria as a target for exercise-induced cardioprotection Current Drug Targets 12 (6) , pp. 860-871, 2011              

Jackson, M.J., Mcardle, A. Age-related changes in skeletal muscle reactive oxygen species generation and adaptive responses to reactive oxygen species Journal of Physiology 589 (9) , pp. 2139-2145, 2011   

Esposito, F., Ronchi, R., Milano, G., Margonato, V., Di Tullio, S., Marini, M., Veicsteinas, A., Samaja, M.Myocardial tolerance to ischemia-reperfusion injury, training intensity and cessation European Journal of Applied Physiology 111 (5) , pp. 859-868, 2011

Stice, J.P., Chen, L., Kim, S.-C., Jung, J.S., Tran, A.L., Liu, T.T., Knowlton, A.A. 17β-estradiol, aging, inflammation, and the stress response in the female heart Endocrinology 152 (4) , pp. 1589-1598, 2011

Vasilaki, A., Van Der Meulen, J.H., Larkin, L., Harrison, D.C., Pearson, T., Van Remmen, H., Richardson, A., (...), McArdle, A. The age-related failure of adaptive responses to contractile activity in skeletal muscle is mimicked in young mice by deletion of Cu,Zn superoxide dismutase Aging Cell 9 (6), pp. 979-990, 2010

Schäfler, A.E., Hannekum, A., Kirmanoglou, K. Unchanged heat-shock protein 70 expression in myocardium of patients with permanent atrial fibrillation Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 51 (6), pp. 923-927, 2010

 Kawada S, Ishii N Peripheral venous occlusion causing cardiac hypertrophy and changes in biological parameters in rats  EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY Volume: 105   Issue: 6   Pages: 909-917, APR 2009

Huang, C.-C., Lin, T.-J., Chen, C.-C., Lin, W.-T. Endurance training accelerates exhaustive exercise-induced mitochondrial DNA deletion and apoptosis of left ventricle myocardium in rats ,European Journal of Applied Physiology 107 (6) , pp. 697-706 2009

Jackson, M.J. Strategies for reducing oxidative damage in ageing skeletal muscle Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 61 (14) , pp. 1363-1368 2009

Jackson, M.J.Skeletal muscle aging: Role of reactive oxygen species Critical Care Medicine 37 (SUPPL. 10) , pp. S368-S371 2009

Morton, J.P., Kayani, A.C., McArdle, A., Drust, B.The Exercise-Induced stress response of skeletal muscle, with specific emphasis on humans Sports Medicine 39 (8) , pp. 643-662, 2009

Stice, J.P., Lee, J.S., Pechenino, A.S., Knowlton, A.A.Estrogen, aging and the cardiovascular system 2009

Noble EG, Milne KJ, Melling Heat shock proteins and exercise: a primer  CW j applied physiology nutrition and metabolism-physiologie appliquee nutrition et metabolisme   Volume: 33   Issue: 5   Pages: 1050-1065 , OCT 2008

Kavazis AN, McClung JM, Hood DA, et al. Exercise induces a cardiac mitochondrial phenotype that resists apoptotic stimuli AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 294   Issue: 2   Pages: H928-H935, FEB 2008

Powers SK, Quindry JC, Kavazis AN Exercise-induced cardioprotection against myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury  FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  Volume: 44  Issue: 2   Pages: 193-201   Published: JAN 15 2008

Brown DA, Johnson MS, Armstrong CJ, Lynch JM, Caruso NM, Ehlers LB, Fleshner M, Spencer RL, Moore RL. Short-term treadmill running in the rat: what kind of stressor is it? J Appl Physiol. 2007 Dec;103(6):1979-85.

Jahangir, A.Sagar, S.Terzic, A. Aging and cardioprotection  Journal of Applied Physiology 2007; 103 (6),: 2120-2128

Quindry JC, Hamilton KL. Exercise induced cardioprotection: An overview of a unique form of preconditioning. Current Cardiology Reviews 2007; 3(4): 255-263

Hamilton KL Antioxidants and cardioprotection MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 39 (9): 1544-1553 SEP 2007

Kampinga HH, Henning RH, van Gelder IC, et al. Beat shock proteins and atrial fibrillation CELL STRESS & CHAPERONES 12 (2): 97-100 SUM 2007

Staib JL, Quindry JC, French JP, et al. Increased temperature, not cardiac load, activates heat shock transcription factor 1 and heat shock protein 72 expression in the heart AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 292 (1): R432-R439 JAN 2007

Vasilaki A, McArdle F, Iwanejko LM, et al. Adaptive responses of mouse skeletal muscle to contractile activity: The effect of age MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT 127 (11): 830-839 NOV 2006

Brundel BJJM, Henning RH, Ke L, et al. Heat shock protein upregulation protects against pacing-induced myolysis in HL-1 atrial myocytes and in human atrial fibrillation JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY 41 (3): 555-562 SEP 2006

Liu J, Tsang S, Wong TM. Testosterone is required for delayed cardioprotection and enhanced heat shock protein 70 expression induced by preconditioning ENDOCRINOLOGY 147 (10): 4569-4577 OCT 2006

Rinaldi B, Corbi G, Boccuti S, et al.Exercise training affects age-induced changes in SOD and heat shock protein expression in rat heart  Experimental Gerontology 41 (8): 764-770 AUG 2006

Murlasits Z, Cutlip RG, Geronilla KB, et al. Resistance training increases heat shock protein levels in skeletal muscle of young and old rats  Experimental Gerontology 41 (4): 398-406 APR 2006

MEDICAL JOURNAL OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE'S ARMED POLICE FORCES 2006; 17 (9): 699-701

Colotti C, Cavallini G, Vitale RL, et al. Effects of aging and anti-aging caloric restrictions on carbonyl and heat shock protein levels and expression  BIOGERONTOLOGY 6 (6): 397-406 DEC 2005

Siu PA, Alway SE Aging alters the reduction of pro-apoptotic signaling in response to loading-induced hypertrophy  experimental gerontology 41 (2): 175-188 FEB 2006

Soti C, Nagy E, Giricz Z, et al. Heat shock proteins as emerging therapeutic targets  british journal of pharmacology 146 (6): 769-780 NOV 2005

Starnes JW, Choilawala AM, Taylor RP, et al. Myocardial heat shock protein 70 expression in young and old rats after identical exercise programs  journals of gerontology series a-biological sciences and medical sciences 60 (8): 963-969 AUG 2005

Servais S, Boussouar A, Molnar A, et al Age-related sensitivity to lung oxidative stress during ozone exposure  free radical research 39 (3): 305-316 MAR 2005

Tolson JK, Roberts SM Manipulating heat shock protein expression in laboratory animals METHODS 35 (2): 149-157 FEB 2005

Galois L, Etienne S, Grossin L, et al. Dose-response relationship for exercise on severity of experimental osteoarthritis in rats: a pilot study osteoarthritis and cartilage 12 (10): 779-786 OCT 2004

Powers SK, Quindry J, Hamilton K Aging, exercise, and cardioprotection  annals of the new york academy of sciences 1019: 462, 2004.

Vincent, H.K., Shanely, R.A., Stewart, D.J., Demirel, H.A., Hamilton, K.L., Ray, A.D., Michlin, C., (...), Powers, S.K. Adaptation of upper airway muscles to chronic endurance exercise American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 166 (3), pp. 287-293, 2002

Kline, C.E., Crowley, E.P., Ewing, G.B., Burch, J.B., Blair, S.N., Durstine, J.L., Davis, J.M., Youngstedt, S.D. The effect of exercise training on obstructive sleep apnea and sleep quality: A randomized controlled trial Sleep 34 (12) , pp. 1631-1640, 2011

Hill, K., Eastwood, P. Effects of loading on upper airway and respiratory pump muscle motoneurons Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology 179 (1) , pp. 64-70, 2011

Rahnert, J.A., Sokoloff, A.J., Burkholder, T.J. Sarcomeric myosin expression in the tongue body of humans, macaques and rats Cells Tissues Organs 191 (5), pp. 431-442, 2010

12) Ray, A.D., Pendergast, D.R., Lundgren, C.E.G. Respiratory muscle training reduces the work of breathing at depth European Journal of Applied Physiology 108 (4), pp. 811-820, 2010

Cintra F, Poyares D, Rizzi CF, et al.Cardiorespiratory response to exercise in men and women with obstructive sleep apnea  SLEEP MEDICINE   Volume: 10   Issue: 3   Pages: 368-373   Published: MAR 2009  

Ray AD, Ogasa T, Magalang UJ, et al.Aging increases upper airway collapsibility in Fischer 344 rats JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 105   Issue: 5   Pages: 1471-1476   Published: NOV 2008

Volz LM, Mann LB, Russell JA, et al. Biochemistry of anterior, medial, and posterior genioglossus muscle in the rat DYSPHAGIA 22 (3): 210-214 JUL 2007

Burkhead LM, Sapienza CM, Rosenbek JC Strength-training exercise in dysphagia rehabilitation: Principles, procedures, and directions for future research DYSPHAGIA 22 (3): 251-265 JUL 2007

  How SC, McConnell AK, Taylor BJ, et al. Acute and chronic responses of the upper airway to inspiratory loading in healthy awake humans: An MRI study  RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY & NEUROBIOLOGY 157 (2-3): 270-280 AUG 1 2007

Dan S, Yuehua L, Ying W. Effects of exogenous estrogen on the gene expression of genioglossus myosin heavy chain(MHC) in ovariectomized rats.  JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL STOMATOLOGY 2007 Vol.23 No.2 P.195-198.

Pae EK, Hyatt JPK, Wu J, et al.Short-term electrical stimulation alters tongue muscle fibre type composition  ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY 52 (6): 544-551 JUN 2007

Tobin MJ Sleep-disordered breathing, control of breathing, respiratory muscles, and pulmonary function testing in AJRCCM 2002 AM J RESP CRIT CARE 167 (3): 306-318 FEB 1 2003

Smith JC, Goldberg SJ, Shall MS Phenotype and contractile properties of mammalian tongue muscles innervated by the hypoglossal nerve RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY & NEUROBIOLOGY 147 (2-3): 253-262 JUL 28 2005

Spengler CM. Respiratory control, respiratory sensations and the effects on exercise performance. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Sportmedizin und Sporttraumatologie 2002; 50(3): 101-108 

Erdem S.R, Demirel H.A., Broxson C.S., Nankova B.B., Sabban E.L., Tumer N. Effect of exercise on mRNA expression of select adrenal medullary catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes Journal of Applied Physiology, (2) 463-468, 2002

 

Whidden, M.A., Kirichenko, N., Halici, Z., Erdos, B., Foster, T.C., Tümer, N.Lifelong caloric restriction prevents age-induced oxidative stress in the sympathoadrenal system of Fischer 344 x Brown Norway rats Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 408 (3) , pp. 454-458, 2011

Zhang, Y., Rodrigues, E., Gao, Y.X., King, M., Cheng, K.Y., Erdös, B., Tümer, N., (...), Scarpace, P.J. Pro-opiomelanocortin gene transfer to the nucleus of the solitary track but not arcuate nucleus ameliorates chronic diet-induced obesity Neuroscience 169 (4), pp. 1662-1671, 2010

Manfredsson FP, Tumer N, Erdos B, et al.Nigrostriatal rAAV-mediated GDNF Overexpression Induces Robust Weight Loss in a Rat Model of Age-related Obesity MOLECULAR THERAPY   Volume: 17   Issue: 6   Pages: 980-991   Published: JUN 2009

Gavrilovic L, Spasojevic N, Tanic N, et al Chronic isolation of adult rats decreases gene expression of catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes in adrenal medulla NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY LETTERS   Volume: 29   Issue: 6   Pages: 1015-1020   Published: DEC 2008

Erdos B, Erdem SR, Erdem A, et al Effect of age on angiotensin II-mediated downregulation of adrenomedullary catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes  EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY   Volume: 43   Issue: 8   Pages: 806-809   Published: AUG 2008

Erdos B, Broxson CS, Landa T, et al. Effects of life-long caloric restriction and voluntary exercise on age-related changes in levels of catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes and angiotensin II receptors in the rat adrenal medulla and hypothalamus Experimental Gerontology 42 (8): 745-752 AUG 2007

Zeng Q, Isobe K, Fu L, et al. Effects of exercise on adiponectin and adiponectin receptor levels in rats LIFE SCIENCES 80 (5): 454-459 JAN 9 2007

Khan HA Analytical characterization of a sensitive radioassay for tyrosine hydroxylase activity in rodent striatum  Neurochemical Research 29 (8): 1467-1472 AUG 2004 

Naito, H., Powers, S.K., Demirel, H.A., Aoki, J. Exercise training increases heat shock protein in skeletal muscles of old rats Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33 (5), pp. 729-734, 2001

Schoepe, M., Schrepper, A., Schwarzer, M., Osterholt, M., Doenst, T. Exercise can induce temporary mitochondrial and contractile dysfunction linked to impaired respiratory chain complex activity Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental 61 (1) , pp. 117-126, 2012

 Zhang, X.-F., Wang, Q.-T., Li, F.-Q. Heat shock protein in skeletal muscle cells Journal of Clinical Rehabilitative Tissue Engineering Research 15 (15) , pp. 2809-2812, 2011

Smuder, A.J., Kavazis, A.N., Min, K., Powers, S.K. Exercise protects against doxorubicin-induced oxidative stress and proteolysis in skeletal muscle Journal of Applied Physiology 110 (4) , pp. 935-942, 2011

Goto, K., Oda, H., Kondo, H., Igaki, M., Suzuki, A., Tsuchiya, S., Murase, T., (...), Yoshioka, T. Responses of muscle mass, strength and gene transcripts to long-term heat stress in healthy human subjects European Journal of Applied Physiology 111 (1) , pp. 17-27, 2011

J. Carmeli, E., Beiker, R., Maor, M., Kodesh, E. Increased iNOS, MMP-2, and HSP-72 in skeletal muscle following high-intensity exercise training Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 21 (2), pp. 127-146, 2010

Carrasco, L., Sañudo, B., Martínez, I.C., de Hoyo, M. Heat shock proteins and exercise Revista Internacional de Medicina y Ciencias de la Actividad Fisica y del Deporte 10 (37) , pp. 1-212010

Thomas, M.M., Vigna, C., Betik, A.C., Russell Tupling, A., Hepple, R.T. Initiating treadmill training in late middle age offers modest adaptations in Ca2+ handling but enhances oxidative damage in senescent rat skeletal muscle American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 298 (5), pp. R1269-R1278, 2010

Shetab-Boushehri, S.V., Samavati-Sharif, M.A., Ravasi, A.A., Kordi, M.R., Javadi, E., Minaii, B. Effect of oral iron supplementation and endurance training on cytochrome C oxidase activity in rat soleus muscle International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2 (2), pp. 33-35, 2010

Ljubicic, V., Joseph, A.-M., Saleem, A., Uguccioni, G., Collu-Marchese, M., Lai, R.Y.J., Nguyen, L.M.-D., Hood, D.A. Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of mitochondrial biogenesis in skeletal muscle: Effects of exercise and aging Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - General Subjects 1800 (3), pp. 223-234, 2010

Ogura Y, Naito H, Kakigi R, et al.Different adaptations of alpha-actinin isoforms to exercise training in rat skeletal muscles ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA   Volume: 196   Issue: 3   Pages: 341-349   Published: JUL 2009

Song W, Kwak HB, Kim JH, et al.Exercise Training Modulates the Nitric Oxide Synthase Profile in Skeletal Muscle From Old Rats JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES   Volume: 64   Issue: 5   Pages: 540-549   Published: MAY 2009

Dabidi-Roshan, V., Rahnama, N., Hamzehkolaei, H.A., Mohammadi, Z.F. Heat shock protein responses to eccentric weight or treadmill exercise in active young females Sport Sciences for Health 5 (2) , pp. 75-80, 2009

Mogharnasi, M., Gaeini, A.A., Sheikholeslami Vatani, D. Iranian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism Comparing the effects of two training methods of aerobic and anaerobic on some pre-inflammatory cytokines in adult male rats 11(2), pp. 191-198+228, 2009

Lumini-Oliveira, J., Magalhães, J., Pereira, C.V., Aleixo, I., Oliveira, P.J., Ascensão, A. Endurance training improves gastrocnemius mitochondrial function despite increased susceptibility to permeability transition Mitochondrion 9 (6) , pp. 454-46, 2009

Shabkhiz, F., Goodarzi, M., Rajabi, R., Shahrokhi, S. Effect of continuous and interval exercise on the expression of heat shock proteins in animal model. Asian Journal of Chemistry 21 (8) , pp. 6435-6439, 2009

Betik, A.C., Thomas, M.M., Wright, K.J., Riel, C.D., Hepple, R.T. Exercise training from late middle age until senescence does not attenuate the declines in skeletal muscle aerobic function .American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 297 (3) , pp. R744-R755, 2009

Li, B.-L., Zhao, X.-S., Luo, R., Sun, X.-M., Chen, J., Li, J., Zhang, Q.Influence of sub-health fatigue serum on protein expression of human skeletal muscle cells Journal of Clinical Rehabilitative Tissue Engineering Research 13 (11) , pp. 2095-2100, 2009

Huang JH, Hood DA Age-associated Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Skeletal Muscle: Contributing Factors and Suggestions for Long-term Interventions IUBMB LIFE   Volume: 61   Issue: 3   Pages: 201-214   Published: MAR 2009

Doran P, Donoghue P, O'Connell K, et al.Proteomics of skeletal muscle aging PROTEOMICS   Volume: 9   Issue: 4   Pages: 989-1003   Published: FEB 2009

Kayani AC, Close GL, Broome CS, et al.Enhanced Recovery from Contraction-Induced Damage in Skeletal Muscles of Old Mice Following Treatment with the Heat Shock Protein Inducer 17-(Allylamino)-17-Demethoxygeldanamycin REJUVENATION RESEARCH   Volume: 11   Issue: 6   Pages: 1021-1030   Published: DEC 2008

Tarricone E, Scapin C, Vitadello M, et al.Cellular distribution of Hsp70 expression in rat skeletal muscles. Effects of moderate exercise training and chronic hypoxia CELL STRESS & CHAPERONES   Volume: 13   Issue: 4   Pages: 483-495   Published: DEC 2008

Kayani AC, Morton JP, McArdle A The exercise-induced stress response in skeletal muscle: failure during aging APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITION AND METABOLISM-PHYSIOLOGIE APPLIQUEE NUTRITION ET METABOLISME   Volume: 33   Issue: 5   Pages: 1033-1041   Published: OCT 2008

Noble EG, Milne KJ, Melling CWJ Heat shock proteins and exercise: a primer  APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITION AND METABOLISM-PHYSIOLOGIE APPLIQUEE NUTRITION ET METABOLISME   Volume: 33   Issue: 5   Pages: 1050-1065   Published: OCT 2008

Kim S, Park SH, Lee HN, et al.Prunus mume extract ameliorates exercise-induced fatigue in trained rats  JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL FOOD   Volume: 11   Issue: 3   Pages: 460-468   Published: SEP 2008

Gupte AA, Bomhoff GL, Geiger PC Age-related differences in skeletal muscle insulin signaling: the role of stress kinases and heat shock proteins JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 105   Issue: 3   Pages: 839-848   Published: SEP 2008

Morton JP, Maclaren DPM, Cable NT, et al.Trained men display increased basal heat shock protein content of skeletal muscle MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE   Volume: 40   Issue: 7   Pages: 1255-1262   Published: JUL 2008

Betik AC, Baker DJ, Krause DJ, et al.Exercise training in late middle-aged male Fischer 344 x Brown Norway F1-hybrid rats improves skeletal muscle aerobic function  EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 93   Issue: 7   Pages: 863-871   Published: JUL 1 2008

Ogura Y, Naito H, Akin S, et al.Elevation of body temperature is an essential factor for exercise-increased extracellular heat shock protein 72 level in rat plasma  AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 294   Issue: 5   Pages: R1600-R1607  Published: MAY 2008

Peltier S, Novel-Chate V, Malaisse WJ, Molnar A, Leverve XM, Favier R.  Cardioprotective effect of spontaneous activity International Journal of Sports Medicine 2007; 28(12): 987-993

Lee CE, McArdle A, Griffiths RD The role of hormones, cytokines and heat shock proteins during age-related muscle loss CLINICAL NUTRITION 26 (5): 524-534 OCT 2007

Doran P, Gannon J, O'Connell K, et al. Aging skeletal muscle shows a drastic increase in the small heat shock proteins alpha B-crystallin/HspB35 and cvHsp/HspB7 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY 86 (10): 629-640 OCT 2007

Ogura Y, Naito H, Tsurukawa T, et al. Microwave hyperthermia treatment increases heat shock proteins in human skeletal muscle BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE 41 (7): 453-455 JUL 2007

Lawler JM, Kwak HB, Song W, et al. Exercise training reverses downregulation of HSP70 and antioxidant enzymes in porcine skeletal muscle after chronic coronary artery occlusion AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 291 (6): R1756-R1763 DEC 2006

Broadbent S, Gass GEffects of endurance training on intracellular calcium concentration in T lymphocytes EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 98 (3): 242-249 OCT 2006

Morton JP, MacLaren DP, Cable NT, et al. Time course and differential responses of the major heat shock protein families in human skeletal muscle following acute nondamaging treadmill exercise JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 101 (1): 176-182 JUL 2006

Siu PA, Alway SE Aging alters the reduction of pro-apoptotic signaling in response to loading-induced hypertrophy EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY 41 (2): 175-188 FEB 2006

Liu YF, Gampert L, Nething K, et al. Response and function of skeletal muscle heat shock protein 70  FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE 11: 2802-2827 SEP 1 2006

Murlasits Z, Cutlip RG, Geronilla KB, et al. Resistance training increases heat shock protein levels in skeletal muscle of young and old rats  EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY 41 (4): 398-406 APR 2006

Ogura Y, Naito H, Kurosaka M, et al. Sprint-interval training induces heat shock protein 72 in rat skeletal muscles JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND MEDICINE 5 (2): 194-201 JUN 2006

Xuelin Z, Jianmin L, Xingqi H, Junxia W, Fengyang W, Feng G. Prolonged Strenuous Exercise-induced HSP72 Expression in Skeletal Muscle of Rats. Chinese J Sports Medicine. 2005; 4

Close GL, Kayani A, Vasilaki A, et al.Skeletal muscle damage with exercise and aging SPORTS MEDICINE 35 (5): 413-427 2005

Kawada S, Ishii N Skeletal muscle hypertrophy after chronic restriction of venous blood flow in rats MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 37 (7): 1144-1150 JUL 2005

Starns JW, Choilawala AM, Taylor RP, et al.Myocardial heat shock protein 70 expression in young and old rats after identical exercise programs JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES 60 (8): 963-969 AUG 2005

Couillard A, Prefaut C From muscle disuse to myopathy in COPD: potential contribution of oxidative stress EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL 26 (4): 703-719 OCT 2005

Nishimura RN, Sharp FR Heat shock proteins and neuromuscular disease MUSCLE & NERVE 32 (6): 693-709 DEC 2005 

Dupont-Versteegden EE, Houle JD, Dennis RA, et al. Exercise-induced gene expression in soleus muscle is dependent on time after spinal cord injury in rats. MUSCLE NERVE 29 (1): 73-81 JAN 2004

Liu YF, Lormes W, Wang LL, et al. Different skeletal muscle HSP70 responses to high-intensity strength training and low-intensity endurance training.EUR J APPL PHYSIOL 91 (2-3): 330-335 MAR 2004

Radak Z, Chung HY, Naito H, et al. Age-associated increases in oxidative stress and nuclear transcription factor kappa B activation are attenuated in rat liver by regular exercise. FASEB J 18 (2): U408-U423 FEB 2004

Atalay M, Oksala NKJ, Laaksonen DE, et al. Exercise training modulates heat shock protein response in diabetic rats JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 97 (2): 605-611 AUG 2004

Olfert IM, Balouch J, Mathieu-Costello O Oxygen consumption during maximal exercise in Fischer 344 x Brown Norway F1 hybrid rats JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES 59 (8): 801-808 AUG 2004

Shin YO, Oh JK, Bae JS, et al. Progressive strenuous exercise induces the expression of HSP70 in rat skeletal muscles and myocardium JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY 29 (7-8): 765-768 OCT-DEC 2004

Uehara K, Goto K, Kobayashi T, et al. Heat-stress enhances proliferative potential in rat soleus muscle JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY 54 (3): 263-271 JUN 2004

Ghosh AK, Ghosh K. Increase of heat shock protein with exercise. QJM-INT J MED 96 (7): 543-544 JUL 2003

Reid MB, Durham WJ Generation of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in contracting skeletal muscle - Potential impact on aging ANN NY ACAD SCI 959: 108-116 2002.

Gartenmann L, Kirchberger I, Herzig M, et al. Effects of exercise training program on functional capacity and quality of life in patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease - Evaluation of a pilot project VASA-J VASCULAR DIS 31 (1): 29-34 FEB 2002

Siu PM, Donley DA, Bryner RW, et al.Citrate synthase  expression and enzyme activity after endurance training in cardiac and skeletal muscles. J APPL PHYSIOL 94 (2): 555-560 FEB 2003

Liu Y, Steinacker JM. Role of HSP in skeletal muscle.DEUT Z SPORTMED 53 (12): 361-367 DEC 2002

Marcos Becerro JF, González Gallego J. The stress proteins. Their relationship with tumors, aging and exercise (II) Archivos de Medicina del Deporte 19 (91), pp. 401-408, 2002

Powers, S.K., Locke, M., Demirel, H.A. Exercise, heat shock proteins, and myocardial protection from I-R injury Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33 (3), pp. 386-392, 2001

 

Scott, J.M., Khakoo, A., MacKey, J.R., Haykowsky, M.J., Douglas, P.S., Jones, L.W. Modulation of anthracycline-induced cardiotoxicity by aerobic exercise in breast cancer: Current evidence and underlying mechanisms Circulation 124 (5) , pp. 642-650, 2011

Korzeniowska- Kubacka, I. Physical training as an effective way to protect the heart against ischaemia Kardiologia Polska 69 (SUPPL. 3) , pp. S75-S79, 2011

Carreira, R.S., Lee, P., Gottlieb, R.A. Mitochondrial therapeutics for cardioprotection Current Pharmaceutical Design 17 (20) , pp. 2017-2035, 2011

Laher, I., Golbidi, S.Molecular mechanisms in exercise-induced cardioprotection Cardiology Research and Practice 1 (1) , art. no. 972807, 2011

Riezzo, I., de Carlo, D., Neri, M., Nieddu, A., Turillazzi, E., Fineschi, V. Heart disease induced by as abuse, using experimental mice/rats models and the role of exercise-induced cardiotoxicity Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 11 (5) , pp. 409-424, 2011

Smuder, A.J., Kavazis, A.N., Min, K., Powers, S.K.Exercise protects against doxorubicin-induced oxidative stress and proteolysis in skeletal muscle Journal of Applied Physiology 110 (4) , pp. 935-942, 2011

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Kavazis, A.N., Smuder, A.J., Min, K., Tümer, N., Powers, S.K. Short-term exercise training protects against doxorubicin-induced cardiac mitochondrial damage independent of HSP72 American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 299 (5), pp. H1515-H1524, 2010

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Moreira-Gonçalves, D., Henriques-Coelho, T., Fonseca, H., Ferreira, R.M., Amado, F., Leite-Moreira, A., Duarte, J.A.Moderate exercise training provides left ventricular tolerance to acute pressure overload American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 300, (3) , pp. H1044-H1052, 2011

Calvert, J.W. Cardioprotective effects of nitrite during exercise Cardiovascular Research 89 (3) , pp. 499-506, 2011

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Kavazis, A.N., Smuder, A.J., Min, K., Tümer, N., Powers, S.K. Short-term exercise training protects against doxorubicin-induced cardiac mitochondrial damage independent of HSP72 American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 299 (5), pp. H1515-H1524, 2010

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Bloomer, R.J., Smith, W.A., Fisher-Wellman, K.H. Oxidative stress in response to forearm ischemia-reperfusion with and without carnitine administration International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 80 (1), pp. 12-23, 2010

Jiang, C.-M., Xu, C.-Q., Mi, Y., Li, H.-Z., Wang, R., Li, W.-M. Calcium-sensing receptor induced myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury via the c-Jun NH2-terminal protein kinase pathway Acta Cardiologica Sinica 26 (2), pp. 102-110, 2010

Quindry, J.C., French, J., Hamilton, K.L., Lee, Y., Selsby, J., Powers, S. Exercise does not increase cyclooxygenase-2 myocardial levels in young or senescent hearts Journal of Physiological Sciences 60 (3), pp. 181-186, 2010

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Staib JL, Tumer N, Powers SK: Increased temperature and protein oxidation lead to HSP72 mRNA and protein accumulation in the in vivo exercised rat heart EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY   Volume: 94   Issue: 1   Pages: 71-80   Published: JAN 1 2009

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Lawler JM, Kwak HB, Song W, et al. Exercise training reverses downregulation of HSP70 and antioxidant enzymes in porcine skeletal muscle after chronic coronary artery occlusion  American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology 291 (6): R1756-R1763 DEC 2006

Gjovaag TF, Dahl HA Effect of training and detraining on the expression of heat shock proteins in m. triceps brachii of untrained males and females  European Journal Of Applied Physiology 98 (3): 310-322 OCT 2006

Bajotto G, Shimomura Y Determinants of disuse-induced skeletal muscle atrophy: Exercise and nutrition countermeasures to prevent protein loss. Journal Of Nutritional Science And Vitaminology 52 (4): 233-247 AUG 2006

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Clark BC, Fernhall B, Ploutz-Snyder LL Adaptations in human neuromuscular function following prolonged unweighting: I. Skeletal muscle contractile properties and applied ischemia efficacy  Journal Of Applied Physiology 101 (1): 256-263 JUL 2006

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Huey KARegulation of HSP25 expression and phosphorylation in functionally overloaded rat plantaris and soleus muscles JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 100 (2): 451-456 FEB 2006

Lawler JM, Song W, Kwak HB Differential response of heat shock proteins to hindlimb unloading and reloading in the soleus  MUSCLE & NERVE 33 (2): 200-207 FEB 2006

Siu PM, Pistilli EE, Murlasits Z, et al.Hindlimb unloading increases muscle content of cytosolic but not nuclear Id2 and p53 proteins in young adult and aged rats  JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 100 (3): 907-916 MAR 2006

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Cieniewski-Bernard C, Mounier Y, Michalski JC, et al. O-GlcNAc level variations are associated with the development of skeletal muscle atrophy JOURNAL OF APP LIED PHYSIOLOGY 100 (5): 1499-1505 MAY 2006

Kawada S, Ishii N Skeletal muscle hypertrophy after chronic restriction of venous blood flow in rats MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 37 (7): 1144-1150 JUL 2005

Selsby JT, Dodd SL Heat treatment reduces oxidative stress and protects muscle mass during immobilization AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 289 (1): R134-R139 JUL 2005

Kobayashi T, Goto K, Kojima A, et al. Possible role of calcineurin in heating-related increase of rat muscle mass BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS 331 (4): 1301-1309 JUN 17 2005

Sugiura T, Abe N, Nagano M, et al. Changes in PKB/Akt and calcineurin signaling during recovery in atrophied soleus muscle induced by unloading AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 288 (5): R1273-R1278 MAY 2005

Giger JM, Haddad F, Qin AX, et al. Effect of unloading on type I myosin heavy chain gene regulation in rat soleus muscle JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 98 (4): 1185-1194 APR 2005

Nishimura RN, Sharp FR Heat shock proteins and neuromuscular disease  MUSCLE & NERVE 32 (6): 693-709 DEC 2005

Uehara K, Goto K, Kobayashi T, et al. Heat-stress enhances proliferative potential in rat soleus muscle JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY 54 (3): 263-271 JUN 2004

Goto K, Honda M, Kobayashi T, et al. Heat stress facilitates the recovery of atrophied soleus muscle in rat JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY 54 (3): 285-293 JUN 2004

Banfi G, Dolci A, Verna R, et al. Exercise raises serum heat-shock protein 70 (Hsp70) levels CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE 42 (12): 1445-1446 2004

Mikami T, Sumida S, Ishibashi Y, et al. Endurance exercise training inhibits activity of plasma GOT and liver caspase-3 of rats exposed to stress by induction of heat shock protein 70. J APPL PHYSIOL 96 (5): 1776-1781 MAY 1 2004

Desplanches D, Ecochard L, Sempore B, et al. Skeletal muscle HSP72 response to mechanical unloading: influence of endurance training. ACTA PHYSIOL SCAND 180 (4): 387-394 APR 2004

Dupont-Versteegden EE, Houle JD, Dennis RA, et al. Exercise-induced gene expression in soleus muscle is dependent on time after spinal cord injury in rats. MUSCLE NERVE 29 (1): 73-81 JAN 2004

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Oishi Y, Taniguchi K, Matsumoto H, et al. Differential responses of HSPs to heat stress in slow and fast regions of rat gastrocnemius muscle. MUSCLE NERVE 28 (5): 587-594 NOV 2003

Fluck M, Hoppeler H. Molecular basis of skeletal muscle plasticity-from gene to form and function. REV PHYSIOL BIOCH P 146: 159-216 2003.

Koesterer TJ, Dodd SL, Powers S Increased antioxidant    capacity does not attenuate muscle atrophy caused by unweighting J APPL PHYSIOL 93 (6): 1959-1965 DEC 2002

Lawler JM, Song W, Demaree SR Hindlimb unloading increases oxidative stress and disrupts antioxidant capacity in skeletal muscle FREE RADICAL BIO MED 35 (1): 9-16 JUL 1 2003

DARRYN S. WILLOUGHBY, SHAWN SULTEMEIRE, AND MELANIE BROWN   HUMAN MUSCLE DISUSE ATROPHY AFTER 28 DAYS OF IMMOBILIZATION IN A LOWER-LIMB WALKING BOOT: A CASE STUDY Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline Volume 6 Number 2 May 2003

Paroo Z, Dipchand ES, Noble EG Estrogen attenuates postexercise HSP70 expression in skeletal muscle AM J PHYSIOL-CELL PH 282 (2): C245-C251 FEB 2002

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Ogata T, Oishi Y, Ohmori H Changes in heat shock protein 72 of regenerating rat skeletal muscle JPN J PHYS FIT SPORT 51 (1): 75-84 FEB 2002

Willoughby DS, Priest JW, Nelson M Expression of the stress proteins, ubiquitin, heat shock protein 72, and myofibrillar protein content after 12 weeks of leg cycling in persons with spinal cord injury ARCH PHYS MED REHAB 83 (5): 649-654 MAY2002

Milne KJ, Noble EG Exercise-induced elevation of HSP70 is intensity dependent J APPL PHYSIOL 93 (2): 561-568 AUG 2002

Cros N, Tkatchenko AV, Pisani DF, Leclerc L,Leger JJ, Marini JF, Dechesne CA.Analysis of altered gene expression in rat soleus muscle atrophied by disuse J CELL BIOCHEM 83 (3): 508-519 2001

Luo GJ, Sun XY, Hungness E, et al. Heat shock protects L6 myotubes from catabolic effects of dexamethasone and prevents downregulation of NF-kappa B Am.J.Physiol-Reg I 281 (4): R1193-R1200 Oct 2001

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Vincent, H.K., Powers, S.K., Stewart, D.J., Demirel, H.A., Shanely, R.A., Naito, H. Short-term exercise training improves diaphragm antioxidant capacity and endurance European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology 81 (1-2), pp. 67-74, 2000

 

Smuder, A.J., Kavazis, A.N., Min, K., Powers, S.K. Exercise protects against doxorubicin-induced markers of autophagy signaling in skeletal muscle Journal of Applied Physiology 111 (4) , pp. 1190-1198, 2011

Powers, S.K., Nelson, W.B., Hudson, M.B. Exercise-induced oxidative stress in humans: Cause and consequences Free Radical Biology and Medicine 51 (5) , pp. 942-950 , 2011

Callegaro, C.C., Ribeiro, J.P., Tan, C.O., Taylor, J.A.Attenuated inspiratory muscle metaboreflex in endurance-trained individuals Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology 177 (1) , pp. 24-29, 2011

Powers, S.K., Talbert, E.E., Adhihetty, P.J. Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species as intracellular signals in skeletal muscle Journal of Physiology 589 (9) , pp. 2129-2138, 2011

Markert, C.D., Ambrosio, F., Call, J.A., Grange, R.W. Exercise and Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Toward evidence-based exercise prescription Muscle and Nerve 43 (4) , pp. 464-478, 2011

Özdag, S. Effects of short-term exercise on heart-rate blood pressure oxidative stress paraoxonase activity and lipid hydroperoxide African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 4 (9), pp. 658-661, 2010

Marius-Daniel, R., Stelian, S., Dragomir, C. Romanian Biotechnological Letters The effect of acute physical exercise on the antioxidant status of the skeletal and cardiac muscle in the Wistar rat 15 (SUPPL.3), pp. 56-61, 2010

Da Rocha, R.F., De Oliveira, M.R., De Bittencourt Pasquali, M.A., Andrades, M.E., Oliveira, M.W.S., Behr, G.A., Moreira, J.C.F. Vascular redox imbalance in rats submitted to chronic exercise Cell Biochemistry and Function 28 (3), pp. 190-196, 2010

Kim, K.S., Paik, I.Y., Woo, J.H., Kang, B.Y. The effect of training type on oxidative DNA damage and antioxidant capacity during three-dimensional space exercise Medical Principles and Practice 19 (2), pp. 133-141, 2010

Powers, S.K., Duarte, J., Kavazis, A.N., Talbert, E.E. Reactive oxygen species are signalling molecules for skeletal muscle adaptation Experimental Physiology 95 (1), pp. 1-9, 2010

Powers SK, Jackson MJ Exercise-induced oxidative stress: Cellular mechanisms and impact on muscle force production PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS   Volume: 88   Issue: 4   Pages: 1243-1276   Published: OCT 2008

Maruhashi Y, Kitaokai K, Yoshiki Y, et al. ROS scavenging activity and muscle damage prevention in eccentric exercise in rats  JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 57 (4): 211-216 AUG 2007

Hahn SA, Ferreira LF, Williams JB, et al. Downhill treadmill running trains the rat spinotrapezius muscle  JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 102 (1): 412-416 JAN 2007

Marie B, Genard B, Rees JF, et al. Effect of ambient oxygen concentration on activities of enzymatic antioxidant defences and aerobic metabolism in the hydrothermal vent worm, Paralvinella grasslei MARINE BIOLOGY 150 (2): 273-284 NOV 2006

Vollaard NBJ, Cooper CE, Shearman JPExercise-induced oxidative stress in overload training and tapering MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 38 (7): 1335-1341 JUL 2006

Barreiro E, Galdiz JB, Marinan M, et al. Respiratory loading intensity and diaphragm oxidative stress: N-acetyl-cysteine effects  JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 100 (2): 555-563 FEB 2006

Deruisseau KC, Kavazis AN, Judge S, et al. Moderate caloric restriction increases diaphragmatic antioxidant enzyme mRNA, but not when combined with lifelong exercise  ANTIOXIDANTS & REDOX SIGNALING 8 (3-4): 539-547 MAR-APR 2006

Ficicilar H, Zergeroglu AM, Ersoz G, et al. The effects of short-term training on platelet functions and total antioxidant capacity in rats  PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH 55 (2): 151-156 2006

Tidball JG Inflammatory processes in muscle injury and repair AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 288 (2): R345-R353 FEB 2005

Couillard A, Prefaut C From muscle disuse to myopathy in COPD: potential contribution of oxidative stress EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL 26 (4): 703-719 OCT 2005

Frankiewicz-Jozko A, Faff J Comparison of the effects of continuous versus intermittent exercises on the activity of superoxide dismutase in rat tissues BIOLOGY OF SPORT 22 (4): 341-352 2005

Betters LL, Criswell DS, Shanely RA, et al. Trolox attenuates mechanical ventilation-induced diaphragmatic dysfunction and proteolysis AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE 170 (11): 1179-1184 DEC 1 2004

Johnson P Antioxidant enzyme expression in health and disease: effects of exercise and hypertension COMP BIOCHEM PHYS C 133 (4): 493-505 DEC 2002

Shanely RA, Coast JR Effect of ammonia on in vitro diaphragmatic contractility, fatigue and recovery RESPIRATION 69 (6): 536-543 NOV-DEC 2002

Ardies CM Exercise, cachexia, and cancer therapy: A molecular rationale NUTR CANCER 42 (2): 143-157 2002

Fraser SF, Li JL, Carey MF, et al. Fatigue depresses maximal in vitro skeletal muscle Na+-K+-ATPase activity in untrained and trained individuals J APPL PHYSIOL 93 (5): 1650-1659 NOV 2002

Powers SK, Shanely RA Exercise-induced changes in Diaphragmatic Bioenergetic and antioxidant capacity EXERC SPORT SCI REV 30 (2): 69-74 APR 2002

Gurwitz D Are drug targets missed owing to lack of physical activity? Drug Discov Today 6 (7): 342-343 APR 1 2001

Lawler JM, Demaree SR Relationship between NADP-specific isocitrate dehydrogenase and glutathione peroxidase in aging rat skeletal muscle MECH AGEING DEV 122 (3): 291-304 MAR 2001

McArdle A, Pattwell D, Vasilaki A, et al. Contractile activity-induced oxidative stress: cellular origin and adaptive responses AM J PHYSIOL-CELL PH 280 (3): C621-C627 MAR

 Coombes J.S., Powers S.K., Demirel H.A., Hamilton K.L., Jessup J., Vincent H.K., Shanely R.A. Vitamin E deficiency fails to affect myocardial performance during in vivo ischemia-reperfusion International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research, (6) 293-300, 2000

 

Weng-Yew, W., Brown, L. Nutrapharmacology of tocotrienols for metabolic syndrome Current Pharmaceutical Design 17 (21) , pp. 2206-2214, 2011

French JP, Hamilton KL, Quindry JC, et al.Exercise-induced protection against myocardial apoptosis and necrosis: MnSOD, calcium-handling proteins, and calpain  FASEB JOURNAL   Volume: 22   Issue: 8   Pages: 2862-2871   Published: AUG 2008

Hamilton KL, Staib JL, Phillips T, et al. Exercise, antioxidants, and HSP72: Protection against myocardial ischemia/reperfusion FREE RADICAL BIO MED 34 (7): 800-809 APR 1 2003

Polla B, D'Antona G, Bottinelli R, et al. Respiratory muscle fibres: specialisation and plasticity  THORAX 59 (9): 808-817 SEP 2004

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L.K. Fletcher, PowersS.K., CoombesJ.S. , Demirel H., VincentH. , DoddS.L. , Mclaughlin J. Glucocorticoid-induced alterations in the rate of diaphragmatic fatigue. Pharmacol. Res. Jul;42(1):61-68, 2000

Yin HN, Chai JK, Yu YM, et al.Regulation of Signaling Pathways Downstream of IGF-I/Insulin by Androgen in Skeletal Muscle of Glucocorticoid-Treated Rats JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE   Volume: 66   Issue: 4   Pages: 1083-1090   Published: APR 2009

Eason JM, Dodd SL, Powers SK Use of anabolic steroids to attenuate the effects of glucocorticoids on the rat diaphragm. PHYS THER 83 (1): 29-36 JAN 2003

Vrabas I.S., S. L. Dodd, S. K. Powers, Hughes M, Coombes J, Fletcher L, Demirel H, Reid MB Endurance training reduces the rate of diaphragm fatigue in vitro. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(11):1605-12, 1999.

 

Callegaro, C.C., Ribeiro, J.P., Tan, C.O., Taylor, J.A. Attenuated inspiratory muscle metaboreflex in endurance-trained individuals Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology 177 (1) , pp. 24-29, 2011

Ertunc, M., Atalay, A., Yildirim, M., Onur, R. Exercise and suspension hypokinesia-induced alterations in mechanical properties of rat fast and slow-twitch skeletal muscles Acta Physiologica Hungarica 97 (3), pp. 316-325, 2010

Sheel AW, Reid WD, Townson AF, et al.Effects of Exercise Training and Inspiratory Muscle Training in Spinal Cord Injury: A Systematic Review JOURNAL OF SPINAL CORD MEDICINE   Volume: 31   Issue: 5   Pages: 500-508   Published: 2008

Riganas CS, Vrabas IS, Christoulas K, et al.Specific inspiratory muscle training does not improve performance or (V)over-dotO(2max) levels in well trained rowers JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS   Volume: 48   Issue: 3   Pages: 285-292   Published: SEP 2008

Pierce JD, Goodyear-Bruch C, Hall S, et al.Dopamine alleviation of diaphragm contractile dysfunction and reduction of deoxyribonucleic acid damage in rats HEART & LUNG   Volume: 37   Issue: 2   Pages: 132-143   Published: MAR-APR 2008

Witt JD, Guenette JA, Rupert JL, et al. Inspiratory muscle training attenuates the human respiratory muscle metaboreflex JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 584 (3): 1019-1028 NOV 1 2007

Hahn SA, Ferreira LF, Williams JB, et al. Downhill treadmill running trains the rat spinotrapezius muscle  JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 102 (1): 412-416 JAN 2007

Pinet C Structure, effect and recruitment of the exercise of respiratory muscles. REVUE DES MALADIES RESPIRATOIRES 22 (1): S9-S18 Part 2 FEB 2005

van Lunteren E, Moyer M Wheel-running exercise alters rat diaphragm action potentials and their regulation by K+ channelsJ APPL PHYSIOL 95 (2): 602-610 AUG 2003

van Lunteren E, Moyer M Slowing of rat diaphragm action potential depolarization by endurance treadmill trainingNEUROSCI LETT 339 (3): 175-178 MAR 27 2003

Kim DK, Zhu JL, Kozyak BW, et al. Myosin heavy chain and physiological adaptation of the rat diaphragm in elastase-induced emphysema RESPIR RES 4 (1): art. no. 1 FEB 17 2003

Sheel AW .Respiratory muscle training in healthy individuals - Physiological rationale and implications for exercise performance SPORTS MED 32 (9): 567-581 2002

Vincent HK, Shanely RA, Stewart DJ, et al. Adaptation of upper airway muscles to chronic endurance exercise AM J RESP CRIT CARE 166 (3): 287-293 AUG 1 2002

Hughes W, Gosselin LE. Impact of endurance concentric contraction training on acute force deficit following in vitro lengthening contractions EUR J APPL PHYSIOL 87 (3): 283-289 JUL 2002

Johnson P Antioxidant enzyme expression in health and disease: effects of exercise and hypertension COMP BIOCHEM PHYS C 133 (4): 493-505 DEC 2002

Powers SK, Shanely RA Exercise-induced changes in Diaphragmatic Bioenergetic and antioxidant capacity EXERC SPORT SCI REV 30:2: 69-74 APR 2002

 

 Demirel, H. S.K. Powers, H. Naito, M. Hughes, and J. Coombes. Exercise-induced alterations in skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain phenotype: effects of exercise duration. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 1002, 1999.

MacDonell, C.W., Button, D.C., Beaumont, E., Cormery, B., Gardiner, P.F. Plasticity of rat motoneuron rhythmic firing properties with varying levels of afferent and descending inputs Journal of Neurophysiology 107 (1) , pp. 265-272, 2012

Gomes, M.L.M., Monteiro, J.C., Freitas, K.M., Sbervelheri, M.M., Dolder, H. Association of the infusion of Heteropterys aphrodisiaca and endurance training brings spermatogenetic advantages Biological Research 44 (3) , pp. 235-241, 2011

Jendzjowsky, N., Delorey, D.S. A prospective evaluation of non-interval- and interval-based exercise training progressions in rodents Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 36 (5) , pp. 723-729, 2011

Broch-Lips, M., Paoli, F.D., Pedersen, T.H., Overgaard, K., Nielsen, O.B. Effects of 8 wk of voluntary unloaded wheel running on K+ tolerance and excitability of soleus muscles in rat Journal of Applied Physiology 111 (1) , pp. 212-220, 2011

Myatt, J.P., Schilling, N., Thorpe, S.K.S. Distribution patterns of fibre types in the triceps surae muscle group of chimpanzees and orangutans Journal of Anatomy 218 (4) , pp. 402-412, 2011

Yuan, Y., Shi, X.-E., Liu, Y.-G., Yang, G.-S. FoxO1 regulates muscle fiber-type specification and inhibits calcineurin signaling during C2C12 myoblast differentiation Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 348 (1-2) , pp. 77-87, 2011

Seene, T., Pehme, A., Alev, K., Kaasik, P., Umnova, M., Aru, M. Effects of resistance training on fast- and slow-twitch muscles in rats Biology of Sport 27 (3), pp. 221-229, 2010

Machida, M., Takemasa, T. Ibuprofen administration during endurance training cancels running-distance-dependent adaptations of skeletal muscle in mice Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 61 (5), pp. 559-563, 2010

Fang, H.-Q., Zhang, Y., Xu, Y.-J., Wu, Y.-L. A primary investigation on the modulation of PPARδ agonist GW501516 on mitochondrial biogenesis and muscular fiber types in mice Chinese Pharmacological Bulletin 26 (10), pp. 1290-1295, 2010

Lanza, I.R., Sreekumaran Nair, K. Regulation of skeletal muscle mitochondrial function: Genes to proteinsActa Physiologica 199 (4), pp. 529-547, 2010

Jung, S.-Y., Ko, Y.-G. TRIM72, a novel negative feedback regulator of myogenesis, is transcriptionally activated by the synergism of MyoD (or myogenin) and MEF2 Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 396 (2), pp. 238-245, 2010

Lu, J.-Q., Tang, C.-F., Yin, L.-Q. Effects of training on myosin heavy chain of skeletal muscles Journal of Clinical Rehabilitative Tissue Engineering Research 14 (28) , pp. 5289-5292, 2010

Lanza, I.R., Nair, K.S. Mitochondrial function as a determinant of life span Pflugers Archiv European Journal of Physiology 459 (2), pp. 277-289, 2010

Ogura Y, Naito H, Kakigi R, et al.Different adaptations of alpha-actinin isoforms to exercise training in rat skeletal muscles ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA   Volume: 196   Issue: 3   Pages: 341-349   Published: JUL 2009

Seene, T., Kaasik, P., Umnova, M. Structural rearrangements in contractile apparatus and resulting skeletal muscle remodelling: Effect of exercise training Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 49 (4) , pp. 410-423 ,2009

Miyata, T., Tanaka, S., Yamazaki, T. MyoD, myogenin and myosin heavy chain mRNA expression in rat skeletal muscle after a single session of low-intensity treadmill exercise Journal of Physical Therapy Science 21 (4) , pp. 379-383, 2009

Mortensen, B., Poulsen, P., Wegner, L., Stender-Petersen, K.L., Ribel-Madsen, R.,