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Literature for the application area muscle and bone

Our literature database currently includes 1831 entries.
Areas of applications of this collection are:

  • Vibration training especially with the side-alternating technique of the Galileo Training devices and Galileo Therapy devices
  • Motion analysis with Leonardo Mechanograph
  • Muscle bone relationship
  • pQCT bone & muscle densitometry & geometry

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Research Studies (2020)

Twelve Weeks of Whole Body Vibration Training Improve Regucalcin, Body Composition and Physical Fitness in Postmenopausal Women: A Pilot Study.

(1) Background: Regucalcin or senescence marker protein 30 (SMP30) is a Ca(2+) binding protein discovered in 1978 with multiple functions reported in the literature. However, the impact of exercise training on weiter...

Author: Perez-Gomez J, Adsuar JC, Garcia-Gordillo MA, Munoz P, Romo L, Maynar M, Gusi N, P C R
Source: Int J Environ Res Public Health, 2020; 17(11): E3940, PMID: 32498351
Keywords: SMP30
GID: 5142; Last update: 16.06.2020
More information: Original Article

Fundamental Studies (2020)

Analysis of low-dose estrogen on fracture healing measured by pQCT in postmenopausal women

Background The skeletal disease osteoporosis affects primarily postmenopausal women. It is characterized by increased fracture risk due to defective remodeling of bone tissue and a pathological bone microarchi weiter...

Author: Katharina Blanka Dr. Jäckle, Jan Philipp Kolb, Arndt F Schilling
Source: PREPRINT (Version 1) available at Research Square [+https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-29939/v1+], 2020;
Keywords: estrogen, fracture healing, osteoporosis, callus formation
GID: 5144; Last update: 16.06.2020

Professional Articles (2020)

The Bones of Children With Obesity.

Excess adiposity in childhood may affect bone development, ultimately leading to bone frailty. Previous reports showing an increased rate of extremity fractures in children with obesity support this fear. On t weiter...

Author: Fintini D, Cianfarani S, Cofini M, Andreoletti A, Ubertini GM, Cappa M, Manco M
Source: Front Endocrinol (Lausanne), 2020; 11(): 200, PMID: 32390939
GID: 5145; Last update: 16.06.2020

Scientific Publications (2020)

Physical function and lean body mass as predictors of bone loss after hip fracture: a prospective follow-up study.

BACKGROUND: Predictors of bone deterioration after hip fracture have not been well characterized. The aim of this study was to examine the associations of physical function and lean body mass (LBM) with loss of weiter...

Author: Suominen TH, Edgren J, Salpakoski A, Kallinen M, Cervinka T, Rantalainen T, Tormakangas T, Heinonen A, Sipila S
Source: BMC Musculoskelet Disord, 2020; 21(1): 367, PMID: 32517755
Keywords: Aging, Bone mineral density, Hip fracture, Lean body mass, Physical function, pQCT
GID: 5140; Last update: 15.06.2020

Research Studies (2020)

Greater maintenance of bone mineral content in male than female athletes and in sprinting and jumping than endurance athletes: a longitudinal study of bone strength in elite masters athletes.

We investigated longitudinal changes in tibia bone strength in master power (jumping and sprinting) and endurance (distance) athletes of both sexes. Bone mass but not cross-sectional moment of inertia was bette weiter...

Author: Ireland A, Mittag U, Degens H, Felsenberg D, Ferretti JL, Heinonen A, Koltai E, Korhonen MT, McPhee JS, Mekjavic I, Piasecki J, Pisot R, Radak Z, Simunic B, Suominen H, Wilks DC, Winwood K, Rittweger J
Source: Arch Osteoporos, 2020; 15(1): 87, PMID: 32524289
Keywords: pQCT
GID: 5135; Last update: 14.06.2020

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