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Skeletal muscle fibers from fast twitch muscles in the rat are more susceptible to mechanical inactivation than fibers from slow twitch muscles



Skeletal muscle fibers from fast twitch muscles in the rat are more susceptible to mechanical inactivation than fibers from slow twitch muscles



Biophysical Journal 49(2 Part 2): 189A




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