Items where Author is "Matsakas, A"

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Alyodawi, K and Vermeij, W P and Omairi, S and Kretz, O and Hopkinson, M and Solagna, F and Joch, B and Brandt, R M C and Barnhoorn, S and Van Vliet, N and Ridwan, Y and Essers, J and Mitchell, R and Morash, T and Pasternack, A and Ritvos, O and Matsakas, A and Collins-Hooper, H and Huber, T B and Hoeijmakers, J H J and Patel, K (2019) Compression of morbidity in a progeroid mouse model through the attenuation of myostatin/activin signalling. Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle.

Collins-Hooper, H and Sartori, R and Giallourou, N and Matsakas, A and Mitchell, R and Mararenkova, H and Flasskamp, H and Macharia, R G and Ray, S and Swann, J R and Sandri, M and Patel, K (2015) Symmorphosis through Dietary Regulation: A Combinatorial Role for Proteolysis, Autophagy and Protein Synthesis in Normalising Muscle Metabolism and Function of Hypertrophic Mice after Acute Starvation. PLoS One, 10 (3).

Collins-Hooper, H and Sartori, R and Macharia, R and Visanuvimol, K and Foster, K and Matsakas, A and Flasskamp, H and Ray, S and Dash, P R and Sandri, M and Patel, K (2014) Propeptide-Mediated Inhibition of Myostatin Increases Muscle Mass Through Inhibiting Proteolytic Pathways in Aged Mice. JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES, 69 (9). pp. 1049-1059.

Matsakas, A and Romanello, V and Sartori, R and Masiero, E and Macharia, R G and Otto, A and Elashry, M and Sandri, M and Patel, K (2013) Food Restriction Reverses the Hyper-Muscular Phenotype and Force Generation Capacity Deficit of the Myostatin Null Mouse. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, 34 (3). pp. 223-231.

Matsakas, A and Macharia, R G and Otto, A and Elashry, M I and Mouisel, E and Romanello, V and Sartori, R and Amthor, H and Sandri, M and Narkar, V and Patel, K (2012) Exercise training attenuates the hypermuscular phenotype and restores skeletal muscle function in the myostatin null mouse. Experimental Physiology, 97 (1). pp. 125-140.

Matsakas, A and Otto, A and Elashry, M I and Brown, S C and Patel, K (2010) Altered primary and secondary myogenesis in the myostatin-null mouse. Rejuvenation Research, 13 (6). pp. 712-27.

Otto, A and Macharia, R G and Matsakas, A and Valasek, P and Mankoo, B S and Patel, K (2010) A hypoplastic model of skeletal muscle development displaying reduced foetal myoblast cell numbers, increased oxidative myofibres and improved specific tension capacity. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 343 (1-2). pp. 51-62.

Matsakas, A and Foster, K and Otto, A and Macharia, R G and Elashry, M I and Feist, S and Graham, I and Foster, H and Yaworsky, P and Walsh, F and Dickson, G and Patel, K (2009) Molecular, cellular and physiological investigation of myostatin propeptide-mediated muscle growth in adult mice. Neuromuscular Disorders, 19 (7). pp. 489-499.

Amthor, H and Otto, A and Vulin, A and Rochat, A and Dumonceaux, J and Garcia, L and Mouisel, E and Hourde, C and Macharia, R G and Friedrichs, M and Relaix, F and Zammit, P S and Matsakas, A and Patel, K and Partridge, T (2009) Muscle hypertrophy driven by myostatin blockade does not require stem/precursor-cell activity. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 106 (18). pp. 7479-7484.

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