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Summary Molecular Exercise Physiology An Introduction

- Henning Wackerhage
ISBN-10 1136477020 ISBN-13 9781136477027
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  • 1 Introduction to molecular exercise physiology

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  • What is the main goal of molecular exercise physiology?
    The main goal is to study exercise physiology by the means of molecular biology.
  • Who are the founders of the discipline molecular exercise physiology?
    Frank W Booth and Claude Bouchard.
  • Which skills does a molecular exercise physiologist need?
    • measuring skills
    • production skills
    • skills with a microscope
  • Which kinds of analyses does a MEP conduct on muscle tissues in most cases?
    A biochemical analysis and a histochemical analysis.
  • How do MEP view life?
    They view life as a function of molecules.
  • What does 'Western Blotting' stand for?
    Western blotting is a methode to seperating proteins in an elektrical field followed by detection with antibodies.
  • What effect does the knockout of the myostatin gene has on muscles?
    Knocking out the myostatin gene resulted in a pronounced muslce hypertrophia.
  • By which atom are slow and fast twitch fibers regulated?
    They are regulated by Calcium.
  • Which two reseach fields are at the heart of molecular exercise physiology?
    • molecular genetics
    • analysis of signal transduction mechanisms responsible for adaptation to exercise
  • What is 'wet laboratory research'?
    Research done on samples of organisms.
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