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Rebelatto, Jeanne L. Durigan, Sabrina M. Peviani, Thiago L. Locks, Tatiana C. Costa, Soraia Koppe, Anelize M. Garcia, Anna R. Nascimento, Camila V. Teixeira, Lilian T. Ries, Stella M. Soares, Vanessa C. Do muscle strengthening exercises improve performance in the 6-minute walk test in postmenopausal women? Reis, Gustavo C. Ferreira, Daniela C. Gomes, Guy Postiaux, Denise R.
Medeiros, Kadma K. Monteiro, Luciana M. Sampaio, Dirceu Costa. Costa, Cristina M. Cabral, Luciana A. Proposal of non-invasive experimental model to induce scoliosis in rats Carlos A. Silva, Rinaldo R. Guirro, Gabriel B. Delfino, Eder J. Parreira, Clarissa M. Matos, Filipe T. Athayde, Karoline S. Moraes, Mariana H. Barbosa, Raquel R. ISSN Rev. Published since , the Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy adopts a peer review process.
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No part of this publication can be reproduced or transmitted by any media, be it electronic, mechanical or photocopy, without the express authorization of the editors. MISSION: to publish original research articles on topics related to the professional activity of physical therapy and rehabilitation, including clinical, basic or applied studies on the assessment, prevention, and treatment of movement disorders. Saidel Aizza and Lucilda P.
Abstract Background: This review will describe the main cellular mechanisms involved in the reduction and increase of myoproteins synthesis commonly associated with muscle atrophy and hypertrophy, respectively. Objective: We analyzed the effects of electrical stimulation ES and stretching exercise on the molecular pathways involved in muscle atrophy and hypertrophy.
We also described the main effects and limits of these resources in the skeletal muscle, particularly on the denervated muscle. Discussion: Recently, our studies showed that the ES applied in a similar manner as performed in clinical practice is able to attenuate the increase of genes expression involved in muscle atrophy.
However, ES was not effective to prevent the loss of muscle mass caused by denervation. Regarding to stretching exercises, their mechanisms of action on the denervated muscle are not fully understood and studies on this area are scarce. Studies from our laboratory have found that stretching exercise increased the extracellular matrix remodeling and decreased genes expression related to atrophy in denervated muscle.
Nevertheless, it was not enough to prevent muscle atrophy after denervation. Conclusions: In spite of the use of stretching exercise and ES in clinical practice in order to minimize the atrophy of denervated muscle, there is still lack of scientific evidence to justify the effectiveness of these resources to prevent muscle atrophy in denervated muscle.
Keywords: rehabilitation; electric stimulation; peripheral nerve injury; muscle atrophy; stretching. Nesse Rev Bras Fisioter. Figura adaptada de Glass1. Figura 1. Lindquist et al. No entanto, o tema ainda permanece controverso. Um estudo muito interessante de Dow et al. Por outro lado, o alongamento passivo mantido por 30 minutos consecutivos alterou apenas a MyoD e a atrogina Resposta Nuclear Figura 2.
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Perturbation of nucleo -cytoplasmic transport affects size of nucleus and nucleolus in human cells. Size regulation of human cell nucleus and nucleolus are poorly understood subjects. Nucleolus volumes are significantly increased in transformed cell lines and the attenuation of nucleo -cytoplasmic transport causes a significant increase in the nucleolus volume of immortalized cell lines. A cytosol and nuclear fraction swapping experiment emphasizes the potential role of unknown cytosolic factors in nuclear and nucleolar size regulation. DOR undergoes nucleo -cytoplasmic shuttling, which involves passage through the nucleolus.
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Rebelatto, Jeanne L. Durigan, Sabrina M. Peviani, Thiago L. Locks, Tatiana C.