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Brown SJ, Child RB, Day SH, Donelly AE: Indices of skeletal muscle damage and connective tissue breakdown following eccentric muscle contractions. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 75, 369–374 (1997) Donelly A

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References 1. R.S. Thiebaud 2012 Exercise-induced muscle damage: is it detrimental or beneficial? J

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: Márk Váczi, É. Tékus, M. Kaj, T. Kőszegi, M. Ambrus, J. Tollár, T. Atlasz, K. Szabadfi and I. Karsai

Weighted stair climbing in mobility-limited older people: a pilot study J. Am. Geriatr. Soc. 2002 50 663 670 Beaton LJ, Tarnopolsky MA, Phillips SM: Contraction-induced muscle damage in humans

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: Robert Thiebaud, J.P. Loenneke, C.A. Fahs, D. Kim, X. Ye, T. Abe, K. Nosaka and M.G. Bemben

992 999 Chen TC, Tseng WC, Huang GL, Chen HL, Tseng KW, Nosaka K: Low-intensity eccentric contractions attenuate muscle damage induced by subsequent maximal eccentric exercise of the knee extensors in the elderly. Eur

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Introduction Creatine kinase (CK) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) levels have previously been monitored in untrained and trained subjects, who underwent resistance exercise sessions, to assess muscle damage responses ( 10 , 29 ). These parameters

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Introduction Participation in unaccustomed, eccentrically biased exercise often results in ultrastructural damage to skeletal muscle [ 1–3 ]. Symptoms of this exercise-induced muscle damage include elevated muscle proteins in

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Brown SJ, Child RB, Day SH, Donnelly AE: Indices of skeletal muscle damage and connective tissue breakdown following eccentric muscle contractions. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. Occup. Physiol. 75, 369–374 (1997

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performance. In this context, Hammouda et al. ( 18 ) showed that biological markers of muscle damage and antioxidant status were time-of-day dependent with higher values observed in the evening during short-term maximal exercise in young trained subjects. Thus

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Katalin Kovács, Anita Réka Tóth and Éva Margit Kereszty

68 639 642 Tóth, A. R., Varga, T.: Myocardium and striated muscle damage caused by licit or illicit drugs. Leg. Med. (Tokyo), 2009

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evident ( 3 ). Bozkurt ( 5 ) suggested that both vitamin E and IL are useful for attenuating oxidative muscle damage occurring after a period of skeletal muscle I/R. In this study, it was demonstrated that the CMAP amplitude of EDL muscle decreased

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