What's on the web on your pursuit, hobbies, interests and worries

MuscleContraction news

Atomic resolution of muscle contraction

Science Daily - Mar 8, 2017
At the molecular level, muscle contraction is defined by myosin molecules pulling actin filaments. New electron cryomicroscopy images with unprecedented resolution taken by researchers at Osaka University reveal unexpectedly large conformational ...

Muscle cryomicroscopy images could provide model for ...

Drug Target Review - Mar 9, 2017
High-resolution cryomicroscopy images have provided new insights into how myosin generates force in muscle contraction and a model for the construction of ...

Muscle Contractions At The Atomic Scale

Science 2.0 - Mar 11, 2017
These changes have been imaged using electron microscopy, but others didn't take atomic images of ATP hydrolysis when myosin is interacting with actin, which would more accurately represent the changes myosin takes during muscle contraction.

Muscle Contraction - premium items on eBay

Sliding Filament Mechanism in Muscle Contraction: Fifity Years of Research (Adva


Sliding Filament Mechanism in Muscle Contraction: Fifity Years of Research by...


Sliding Filament Mechanism in Muscle Contraction : Fifity Years of Research...


>> Go to all great Muscle Contraction deals on eBay

Muscle Contraction books

Mechanism of Myofilament Sliding in Muscle Contraction

Proceedings of the symposium on [title], held at Hakone, Japan in November 1991. In between the introductory lecture on muscle contraction and the summary and conclusion (both by A.F. Huxley) are primary sections devoted to the structural basis of myofilament sliding; regulatory mechanisms of contra
>> More info on Amazon

Molecular and Physiological Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction

by: Jean Emile Morel

Thoroughly researched using experimentation and re-examination of all previously published evidence, Molecular and Physiological Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction is a carefully crafted treatise and revision of previous conceptions of muscle contraction. It presents detailed descriptions of new, previously unpublished data and hybrids recent findings with the standard Huxley model.

This book demonstrates that traditional concepts cannot fully explain contraction and builds upon previous work.
>> More info on Amazon

Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion

by: Gerald H Pollack
An award-winning book that topples the widely accepted edifice of understanding on how muscles contract, replacing it with a simpler construct that better fits the evidence. This is a beautifully produced, single-authored text by one of our more thoughtful, if unconventional, authorities on the mechanism of muscular contraction. Clearly and elegantly written, and with a charm and grace not often seen in modern scientific writing.
>> More info on Amazon

Static Contraction Training

by: Peter Sisco, John Little
"This is truly an incredible discovery that could cause physiology books to be rewritten." -- Ironman Magazine "A thorough, productive weight workout in less than three minutes? You better believe it! Larger muscles. Stronger techniques. Fewer injuries. What more do you want?" -- Martial Arts Training Magazine From bodybuilding and fitness pioneers Peter Sisco and John R. Little comes this revolutionary guide to building maximum muscle size and strength--using workouts that last as little as two minutes! Based on the authors' groundbreaking new research, .
>> More info on Amazon

>> Go to all Muscle Contraction books

Muscle Contraction pictures on the web

>> Show

Muscle Contraction videos

Muscle Contraction Process Molecular Mechanism 3D Animation


Myology - Skeletal Muscle Contraction

http://armandoh.org/ Image: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8Ss3-wJfHrpdnNrVFY5TVc1WGs/edit?usp=sharing ...

Steps of Muscle Contraction

This is a composite of several videos from the YouTube, created for a final project in Digital Storytelling class.

Muscle Contraction Part 3 The Cross Bridge Cycle


Muscle Contraction - Cross Bridge Cycle, Animation.

Molecular basis of the sliding filament theory (skeletal muscle contraction) - the cross bridge cycle. This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are ...