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Low-frequency fatigue, post-tetanic potentiation and their interaction at different muscle lengths following eccentric exercise
Journal of Experimental Biology
Low-frequency fatigue (LFF) and post-tetanic potentiation (PTP) were quantified at different muscle lengths in rat medial gastrocnemius (GM) muscle. In situ experiments were performed on GM muscle-tendon complexes of anaesthetised (urethane, 1.5·g·kg -1 i.p.) Wistar rats (N=8). Force-length characteristics were determined at maximal (200·Hz) and submaximal (60·Hz) stimulation. Data for submaximally stimulated muscle were obtained in a non-potentiated and in a potentiated condition. LFF wasdoi:10.1242/jeb.01329 pmid:15601877 fatcat:euwqho6wfzaxpbadh7qxl5oebq