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Skeletal muscle is highly adaptable, being capable of undergoing changes in its structural and functional properties in response to physiological stimuli. The fast-to-slow muscle fiber-type transition is evoked by increased motor nerve activity. Recently, the calcineurin (CaN) signaling pathway has been implicated in the transcriptional regulation of slow muscle fiber genes. Here we investigated the effect of treatment with a CaN-specific inhibitor, FK506, on skeletal muscle fiber-typepmid:15613741 fatcat:ecl4bp3vezfh3b5muwcmeiwkqa