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Integrative biology of exercise APS Intersociety meeting October 6-9, 2004 in Austin

e-induced injury and repair of skeletal muscle: cellular and molecular mechanisms. Chair Dan Garry and Mike Lindinger.
  • Genetic engineering and muscle performance. Chair Joe Metzger.
  • Basic mechanisms contributing to physical inactivity-induced disorders. Chair Frank W. Booth and P. Darrell Neufer.
  • Interpreting physiological adaptations to exercise and disease states through bioinformatics, genomics and proteomics. Chair Eric Hoffman and Robert Grange.
  • Mechanical signal transduction: response and remodeling in the musculo-skeletal system. Chair -- Brenda Russell.
  • Altered cardiovascular control and blood flow to exercising muscles. Chair Michael J. Joyner.
  • Mechanical forces and signal transduction in vascular remodeling. Chair Steven S. Segal.
  • Cytokines, muscle and metabolism. Chair -- Pope Moseley and Bente Klarlund Pedersen.
  • Design of muscle for different functions. Chair Larry Rome and Jack Rall.
  • Striated muscle hypertrophy: factors controlling cell enlargement and phenotype transformations. Chair Kenneth M. Baldwin.
  • AMP-activated protein kinase: regulation of metabolic and transcription processes in contracting skeletal muscle. Chair Neil Ruderman.
  • Comparative biomechanics and muscle function in terrestrial vertebrates: in vivo studies. Chair Donald F. Hoyt and James Hicks.

    In addition to the formal sessions, a large portion of the day is set aside for the volunteered abstracts/poster sessions with the authors, and networking. At the closing banquet, awards will be given to graduate and post-doc students based on their abstracts/posters.


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