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  1. A hallmark of muscular dystrophies is the replacement of muscle by connective tissue. Muscle biopsies from patients severely affected with facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) may contain few myogenic...

    Authors: Guido Stadler, Jennifer CJ Chen, Kathryn Wagner, Jerome D Robin, Jerry W Shay, Charles P Emerson Jr. Jr and Woodring E Wright

    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2011 1:12

    Content type: Research

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  2. Sarcopenia, the loss of skeletal muscle mass during aging, increases the risk for falls and dependency. Resistance exercise (RE) training is an effective treatment to improve muscle mass and strength in older ...

    Authors: Christopher S Fry, Micah J Drummond, Erin L Glynn, Jared M Dickinson, David M Gundermann, Kyle L Timmerman, Dillon K Walker, Shaheen Dhanani, Elena Volpi and Blake B Rasmussen

    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2011 1:11

    Content type: Research

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  3. The most remarkable feature of skeletal muscle is the capacity to adapt its morphological, biochemical and molecular properties in response to several factors. Nonetheless, under pathological conditions, skele...

    Authors: Gabriella Dobrowolny, Michela Aucello and Antonio Musarò

    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2011 1:3

    Content type: Research

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  4. Skeletal muscle wasting is a major component of cachectic states found in a variety of disease settings, including cancer. As increasing caloric intake often provides little benefit in combating muscle loss in...

    Authors: Se-Jin Lee and David J Glass

    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2011 1:2

    Content type: Commentary

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