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  • Changes in joint, muscle, and tendon stiffness following repeated hopping exercise. [Journal Article]
    Physiol Rep 2019; 7(19):e14237Kubo K, Ikebukuro T
  • The purpose of this study was to elucidate the mechanisms of decline in joint stiffness after repeated stretch-shortening cycle exercises according to changes in both muscle-tendon properties and neuromuscular activities. Eleven males performed fatigue task (5 sets of 50 hopping). Ankle joint stiffness and electromyographic activities (mEMG) of plantar flexor and tibial anterior muscles during dr…
  • The Chlamydomonas deg1c mutant accumulates proteins involved in high light acclimation. [Journal Article]
    Plant Physiol 2019Theis J, Lang J, … Schroda M
  • Degradation of periplasmic proteins (Deg)/high temperature requirement A (HtrA) proteases are ATP-independent serine endopeptidases that perform key aspects of protein quality control in all domains of life. Here, we characterized Chlamydomonas reinhardtii DEG1C, which together with DEG1A and DEG1B is orthologous to Arabidopsis thaliana Deg1 in the thylakoid lumen. We show that DEG1C is localized…
  • Comparisons of lung and gluteus transcriptome profiles between yaks at different ages. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):14213Xin JW, Chai ZX, … Zhong JC
  • The yak, Bos grunniens, is the only large mammal in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and has been bred to provide meat, milk, and transportation. Previous studies indicate that the immune system contributes to the yak's adaptation to high-altitude environments. In order to further investigate changes in immune function during yak development, we compared the transcriptome profiles of gluteus and lung ti…
  • In vivo subdiffuse scanning laser oximetry of the human retina. [Journal Article]
    J Biomed Opt 2019; 24(9):1-14Damodaran M, Amelink A, … de Boer JF
  • Scanning laser ophthalmoscopes (SLOs) have the potential to perform high speed, high contrast, functional imaging of the human retina for diagnosis and follow-up of retinal diseases. Commercial SLOs typically use a monochromatic laser source or a superluminescent diode for imaging. Multispectral SLOs using an array of laser sources for spectral imaging have been demonstrated in research settings,…
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