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1. Metabolic heterogeneity of muscle fibres


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2. Succinate dehydrogenase activity in fibres classified by myosin ATPase in three hind limb muscles of rat.

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3. Inactivation of sarcoplasmic-reticulum Ca(2+)-ATPase in low-frequency-stimulated muscle results from a modification of the active site.

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4. Neural regulation of parvalbumin expression in mammalian skeletal muscle.

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5. Response of succinate dehydrogenase activity in fibres of rabbit tibialis anterior muscle to chronic nerve stimulation.

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6. The multiplicity of combinations of myosin light chains and heavy chains in histochemically typed single fibres. Rabbit soleus muscle.

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7. The multiplicity of combinations of myosin light chains and heavy chains in histochemically typed single fibres. Rabbit tibialis anterior muscle.

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8. The breakdown of phosphatidylinositol in myoblasts stimulated to fuse by the addition of Ca2+.

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9. The control of glucose 1,6-bisphosphate by developmental state and hormonal stimulation in cultured muscle tissue.

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10. What does chronic electrical stimulation teach us about muscle plasticity?


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