alexa Abstract | The adaptation and changes of titin system following exercise training

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Titin is a large structural protein in muscle that has the ability to store elastic energy. The specific structure of titin and its elastic nature has recently become better understood. In addition, the utilization of stored elastic energy in human movement and the significant contribution of not only tendon but muscle tissue itself to this process has been re-evaluated. In this study, we reviewed the effects of exercise training on titin system (titin expression and titincomplex proteins).

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Author(s): Hassan Farhadi and Mir Hojjat Mosavineghad


Titin, titin-complex proteins, exercise training, Titin, titin-complex proteins, exercise training

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