The muscle proteome reflects changes in mitochondrial function, cellular stress and proteolysis after 14 days of unilateral lower limb immobilization in active young men

Thomas M Doering, Jamie-Lee M Thompson, Boris P Budiono, Kristen L MacKenzie-Shalders, Thiri Zaw, Kevin J Ashton, Vernon G Coffey

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