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Estrogen influences satellite cell activation and proliferation following downhill running in rats
Journal of applied physiology
Enns DL, Tiidus PM. Estrogen influences satellite cell activation and proliferation following downhill running in rats. To investigate the influence of estrogen on postexercise muscle repair processes, we examined the effects of estrogen supplementation (0.25-mg pellet) on numbers of myofibers positive for markers of total, activated, and proliferating satellite cells in rat skeletal muscles 72 h following downhill running. Ovariectomized female rats (n ϭ 44) were divided into four groups (n ϭdoi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00128.2007 pmid:18096757 fatcat:xhm57edgkjgn3pxpcstgipgyfy