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Exercise and the Human Skeletal Muscle Phosphoproteome

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Effect of Exercise on the Human Skeletal Muscle Phosphoproteome

Generally, resistance exercise increases muscle mass and strength, and fatigue resistance. How resistance exercise achieves these adaptations remains understudied, but what is known is that skeletal muscle translates the physical and biochemical stresses of resistance exercise into morphological and metabolic adaptations. While resistance exercise activates signaling pathways (i.e., proteins) that increase the synthesis of specific proteins to cause adaptations, thousands of proteins are likely involved, and their interactions are complicated. The investigators aim to study these processes.

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Behavioral - Exercise

Aerobic exercise and resistance exercise

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Effect of Exercise on the Human Skeletal Muscle Phosphoproteome

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NCT04263714

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