Journal Highlight: The effects of acute and chronic exercise on skeletal muscle proteome

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  • Published: Jan 23, 2017
  • Author: spectroscopyNOW
  • Channels: Proteomics
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This review aims to update the fast-growing exercise-proteomic scenario, leading to some new perspectives about the molecular events under skeletal muscle plasticity in response to physical activity.

The effects of acute and chronic exercise on skeletal muscle proteome

Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2017, 232, 257-269
Bernardo A. Petriz, Clarissa P.C. Gomes, Jeeser A. Almeida, Getulio P. de Oliveira Jr, Filipe M. Ribeiro, Rinaldo W. Pereira and Octavio L. Franco

Abstract: Skeletal muscle plasticity and its adaptation to exercise is a topic that is widely discussed and investigated due to its primary role in the field of exercise performance and health promotion. Repetitive muscle contraction through exercise stimuli leads to improved cardiovascular output and the regulation of endothelial dysfunction and metabolic disorders such as insulin resistance and obesity. Considerable improvements in proteomic tools and data analysis have broth some new perspectives in the study of the molecular mechanisms underlying skeletal muscle adaptation in response to physical activity. In this sense, this review updates the main relevant studies concerning muscle proteome adaptation to acute and chronic exercise, from aerobic to resistance training, as well as the proteomic profile of natural inbred high running capacity animal models. Also, some promising prospects in the muscle secretome field are presented, in order to better understand the role of physical activity in the release of extracellular microvesicles and myokines activity. Thus, the present review aims to update the fast-growing exercise-proteomic scenario, leading to some new perspectives about the molecular events under skeletal muscle plasticity in response to physical activity.

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