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Effects of exercise on canine skeletal muscle proteolysis: an investigation of the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway and other metabolic markers



Effects of exercise on canine skeletal muscle proteolysis: an investigation of the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway and other metabolic markers



Veterinary Therapeutics 3(3): 215-225



The effects of long-term athletic training are associated with excessive skeletal muscle turnover attributable to increased rates of myofibrillar protein synthesis and proteolysis, which are mechanisms poorly understood in the athletic dog.

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