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Skeletal Muscle Damage Produced by Electrically Evoked Muscle Contractions

Abstract : Understanding the physiological/mechanical mechanisms leading to skeletal muscle damage remains one of the challenges in muscle physiology. This review presents the functional, structural, and cellular consequences of electrically evoked submaximal isometric contractions that can elicit severe and localized skeletal muscle damage. Hypotheses related to underlying physiological and mechanical processes involved in severe and localized muscle damage also are discussed.
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Alexandre Fouré, Julien Gondin. Skeletal Muscle Damage Produced by Electrically Evoked Muscle Contractions. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, American College of Sports Medicine, 2021, 49 (1), pp.59-65. ⟨10.1249/JES.0000000000000239⟩. ⟨hal-03443148⟩

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