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  1. A stimulating life and career – an obituary for Professor Gerta Vrbová
  2. Assessing cardiovascular risks from a mid-thigh CT image: a tree-based machine learning approach using radiodensitometric distributions
  3. Collection of the Abstracts of the 2019Sp PMD: Translational Myology and Mobility Medicine
  4. 2019Spring PaduaMuscleDays: Translational Myology and Mobility Medicine
  5. Advanced quantitative methods in correlating sarcopenic muscle degeneration with lower extremity function biometrics and comorbidities
  6. Exciting perspectives for Translational Myology in the Abstracts of the 2018Spring PaduaMuscleDays: Giovanni Salviati Memorial – Chapter I - Foreword
  7. Exciting perspectives for Translational Myology in the Abstracts of the 2018Spring PaduaMuscleDays: Giovanni Salviati Memorial – Chapter II - Abstracts of March 15, 2018
  8. Exciting perspectives for Translational Myology in the Abstracts of the 2018Spring PaduaMuscleDays: Giovanni Salviati Memorial – Chapter III - Abstracts of March 16, 2018
  9. In complete SCI patients, long-term functional electrical stimulation of permanent denervated muscles increases epidermis thickness
  10. Effects of Electrical Stimulation on Skeletal Muscle of Old Sedentary People
  11. Muscle and skin improve by home-based FES and full-body in-bed gym
  12. Rehabilitation Medicine for Elderly Patients
  13. To Contrast and Reverse Skeletal Muscle Atrophy by Full-Body In-Bed Gym, a Mandatory Lifestyle for Older Olds and Borderline Mobility-Impaired Persons
  14. To Reverse Atrophy of Human Muscles in Complete SCI Lower Motor Neuron Denervation by Home-Based Functional Electrical Stimulation
  15. From the Padua Muscle Days, the Basic and Applied Myology and the European Journal of Translational Myology to the A&CM Carraro Foundation for Translational Myology
  16. 2017Spring PaduaMuscleDays, roots and byproducts
  17. Abstracts of the 2017 Spring Padua Muscle Days: Translational Myology for Impaired Mobility | Euganei Hills, Padua, Italy, March 23-25, 2017
  18. Atrophy, ultra-structural disorders, severe atrophy and degeneration of denervated human muscle in SCI and Aging. Implications for their recovery by Functional Electrical Stimulation, updated 2017
  19. From BAM to BEM, a personal journey through EJTM and PaduaMuscleDays
  20. Letter about M&N Paper of Russo et al. 2017
  21. FES in Europe and beyond: Current Translational Research
  22. Physical exercise in aging human skeletal muscle increases mitochondrial calcium uniporter expression levels and affects mitochondria dynamics
  23. Use it or lose it: tonic activity of slow motoneurons promotes their survival and preferentially increases slow fiber-type groupings in muscles of old lifelong recreational sportsmen
  24. Recovery from muscle weakness by exercise and FES: lessons from Masters, active or sedentary seniors and SCI patients
  25. Severely atrophic human muscle fibers with nuclear misplacement survive many years of permanent denervation
  26. Aerobic Exercise and Pharmacological Treatments Counteract Cachexia by Modulating Autophagy in Colon Cancer
  27. Abstracts of the 2016 Spring Padua Muscle Days: Muscle decline in aging and neuromuscular disorders -­ Mechanisms and countermeasures | Terme Euganee, Padua, Italy, April 13-16, 2016
  28. Abstracts of the Myology Seminar: Are deferrable the mobility impairments in older aging? | Accademia Galileiana di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Padua, Italy, February 16, 2016
  29. Nonlinear Trimodal Regression Analysis of Radiodensitometric Distributions to Quantify Sarcopenic and Sequelae Muscle Degeneration
  30. Functional Electrical Stimulation for Equine Muscle Hypertonicity: Histological Changes in Mitochondrial Density and Distribution
  31. CIR-Myo News: Proceedings of the Congress Functional rejuvenation in aging and neuromuscular disorders
  32. The Ejtm Specials “Mobility in Elderly”
  33. Biology of muscle atrophy and of its recovery by FES in aging and mobility impairments: roots and by-products
  34. 3D false color computed tomography for diagnosis and follow-up of permanent denervated human muscles submitted to home-based Functional Electrical Stimulation
  35. Functional electrical stimulation as a safe and effective treatment for equine epaxial muscle spasms: Clinical evaluations and histochemical morphometry of mitochondria in muscle biopsies
  36. Persistent muscle fiber regeneration in long term denervation. Past, present, future
  37. Age-Associated Power Decline from Running, Jumping, and Throwing Male Masters World Records
  38. Consensus of Clinical Neurorestorative Progress in Patients With Complete Chronic Spinal Cord Injury
  39. Electrical Stimulation Counteracts Muscle Decline in Seniors
  40. Long-Term High-Level Exercise Promotes Muscle Reinnervation With Age
  41. Home-based Functional Electrical Stimulation for long-term denervated human muscle: History, basics, results and perspectives of the Vienna Rehabilitation Strategy
  42. The Ejtm Specials “The long-term denervated muscle”
  43. Lifelong Physical Exercise Delays Age-Associated Skeletal Muscle Decline
  44. Professor Ugo Carraro and BAM: two friends for life
  45. Electrical stimulation counteracts muscle atrophy associated with aging in humans
  46. Dynamic Echomyography Shows That FES in Peripheral Denervation does not Hamper Muscle Reinnervation
  47. Recovery of Tetanic Contractility of Denervated Muscle: A Step Toward a Walking Aid for Foot Drop
  48. Atrophy/hypertrophy cell signaling in muscles of young athletes trained with vibrational-proprioceptive stimulation
  49. Neuromyology III
  50. Muscle, tendons, and bone: structural changes during denervation and FES treatment
  51. Monitoring of Muscle and Bone Recovery in Spinal Cord Injury Patients Treated With Electrical Stimulation Using Three-Dimensional Imaging and Segmentation Techniques: Methodological Assessment
  52. European Journal of Translational Myology – Myology Reviews
  53. Home-Based Functional Electrical Stimulation Rescues Permanently Denervated Muscles in Paraplegic Patients With Complete Lower Motor Neuron Lesion
  54. Polymyositis, dermatomyositis and malignancy: A further intriguing link
  55. Muscle pathology in lower motor neuron paraplegia and h-b FES
  56. Quantitative color three-dimensional computer tomography imaging of human long-term denervated muscle
  57. Subclinical myopathy in patients affected with newly diagnosed colorectal cancer at clinical onset of disease: evidence from skeletal muscle biopsies
  58. One year of home-based daily FES in complete lower motor neuron paraplegia: recovery of tetanic contractility drives the structural improvements of denervated muscle
  59. Effects of 8 weeks of vibration training at different frequencies (1 or 15 Hz) in senior sportsmen on torque and force development and of 1 year of training on muscle fibers
  60. Editorial: Molecular neuromyology
  61. Oxidative stress in the denervated muscle
  62. A Subpopulation of Rat Muscle Fibers Maintains an Assessable Excitation-Contraction Coupling Mechanism After Long-Standing Denervation Despite Lost Contractility
  63. Special gears for full-time engines: association of dystrophin-glycoprotein complex and focal adhesion complex with myosin heavy chain isoforms in rat skeletal muscle
  64. Demand dynamic biogirdling: Ten-year results
  65. Walking performance, medical outcomes and patient training in FES of innervated muscles for ambulation by thoracic-level complete paraplegics
  66. Atrophy-resistant fibers in permanent peripheral denervation of human skeletal muscle
  67. Ernest Gutmann heritage, 30 years after
  68. Structural differentiation of skeletal muscle fibers in the absence of innervation in humans
  69. Stable muscle atrophy in long-term paraplegics with complete upper motor neuron lesion from 3- to 20-year SCI
  70. Effects of adaptive exercise on apoptosis in cells of rat renal tubuli
  71. Electrical Stimulation of Denervated Muscles: First Results of a Clinical Study
  72. Muscle Fiber Regeneration in Human Permanent Lower Motoneuron Denervation: Relevance to Safety and Effectiveness of FES-Training, Which Induces Muscle Recovery in SCI Subjects
  73. Reconstruction of Ablated Rat Rectus Abdominis by Muscle Regeneration
  74. Video-assisted thoracoscopic transplantation of myoblasts into the heart
  75. New perspectives in the treatment of damaged myocardium using autologous skeletal myoblasts
  76. Recovery of long-term denervated human muscles induced by electrical stimulation
  77. Functional in vivo gene transfer into the myofibers of adult skeletal muscle
  78. “Demand” stimulation of latissimus dorsi heart wrap: experience in humans and comparison with adynamic girdling
  79. A Review of the Concept of Circulatory Bioassist Focused on the "New" Demand Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty: The Renewal of Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty?
  80. Maintained benefits and improved survival of dynamic cardiomyoplasty by activity–rest stimulation: 5-year results of the Italian trial on 'demand' dynamic cardiomyoplasty
  81. Cardiocirculatory Bio-Assist: Is It Time to Reconsider Demand Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty? Review and Future Perspectives
  82. Effect of thalidomide on the skeletal muscle in experimental heart failure
  83. Activity–rest stimulation protocol improves cardiac assistance in dynamic cardiomyoplasty
  84. New Advances in Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty: Doppler Flow Wire Shows Improved Cardiac Assistance in Demand Protocol
  85. Loss of dystrophin and some dystrophin-associated proteins with concomitant signs of apoptosis in rat leg muscle overworked in extension
  86. Demand dynamic cardiomyoplasty: mechanograms prove incomplete transformation of the rested latissimus dorsi
  87. Chronic intermittent stimulation of the thyroarytenoid muscle maintains dynamic control of glottal adduction
  88. Apoptosis of skeletal muscles during development and disease
  89. Activity–rest stimulation of latissimus dorsi for cardiomyoplasty: 1-year results in sheep
  90. Apoptosis of myofibres and satellite cells: exercise‐induced damage in skeletal muscle of the mouse
  91. Apoptosis of Skeletal Muscle Myofibers and Interstitial Cells in Experimental Heart Failure
  92. Skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain expression in rats with monocrotaline-induced cardiac hypertrophy and failure. Relation to blood flow and degree of muscle atrophy
  93. Dystrophin deficient myotubes undergo apoptosis in mouse primary muscle cell culture after DNA damage
  94. Lack of type 1 and type 2A myosin heavy chain isoforms in rat slow muscle regenerating during chronic nerve block
  95. Preserved skeletal muscle structure with modified electrical stimulation protocol in a cardiomyoplasty patient: a clinico-pathological report
  96. ED2+ Macrophages Increase Selectively Myoblast Proliferation in Muscle Cultures
  97. Exercise Induces Myonuclear Ubiquitination and Apoptosis in Dystrophin-deficient Muscle of Mice
  98. Specific changes in skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain composition in cardiac failure: differences compared with disuse atrophy as assessed on microbiopsies by high resolution electrophoresis.
  99. Human Satellite Cell-Proliferation in Vitro Is Regulated by Autocrine Secretion of IL-6 Stimulated by a Soluble Factor(s) Released by Activated Monocytes
  100. Apoptosis, DNA damage and ubiquitin expression in normal and mdx muscle fibers after exercise
  101. Effects of β1-integrin antisense phosphorothioate-modified oligonucleotide on myoblast behaviourin vitro
  102. High-resolution sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and immunochemical identification of the 2X and embryonic myosin heavy chains in complex mixtures of isomyosins
  103. Macrophages Regulate Proliferation and Differentiation of Satellite Cells
  104. A New Two-Step Precipitation Method Removes Free-SDS and Thiol Reagents from Diluted Solutions, and Then Allows Recovery and Quantitation of Proteins
  105. Gene transfer into satellite cell from regenerating muscle: Bupivacaine allows β-gal transfection and expression in vitro and in vivo
  106. Differential expression of adult type MHC in satellite cell cultures from regenerating fast and slow rat muscles.
  107. Selective Removal of Free Dodecyl Sulfate from 2-Mercaptoethanol-SDS-Solubilized Proteins before KDS-Protein Precipitation
  108. Slow-to-fast transformation of denervated soleus muscle of the rat, in the presence of an antifibrillatory drug
  109. Morphometric and neurophysiological analysis of skeletal muscle in paraplegic patients with traumatic cord lesion
  110. Effective recovery by KCl precipitation of highly diluted muscle proteins solubilized with sodium dodecyl sulfate
  111. Myosin heavy chain isoform composition in striated muscle after denervation and self-reinnervation
  112. Ventricular myosin and creatine-kinase isoenzymes in hypertensive rats treated with captopril.
  113. Isomyosin changes after functional electrostimulation of denervated sheep muscle
  114. Ventricular myosin pattern of spontaneously hypertensive turkeys is unaffected by labetalol treatment
  115. Changes in rat ventricular isomyosins with regression of cardiac hypertrophy.
  116. Slow-like electrostimulation switches on slow myosin in denervated fast muscle
  117. Isomyosin redistribution in chronic pressure overload: comparison between peptide mapping and electrophoresis under non-denaturing conditions
  118. Chronic denervation of rat hemidiaphragm: maintenance of fiber heterogeneity with associated increasing uniformity of myosin isoforms.
  119. Myosin light chains of avian and mammalian slow muscles: peptide mapping of 2S light chains
  120. Separation of myosin light chains by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography on wide pore supports
  121. A sensitive SDS-page method separating myosin heavy chain isoforms of rat skeletal muscles reveals the heterogeneous nature of the embryonic myosin
  122. Light and heavy chains of myosin from atrial and ventricular myocardium of turkey and rat
  123. The suggested identity of myosin light chain of cardiac atrial muscle and embryonic skeletal muscle may be excluded by proteolytic mapping
  124. Myosin light and heavy chains in muscle regenerating in absence of the nerve: Transient appearance of the embryonic light chain
  125. Chronic denervation of rat diaphragm: Selective maintenance of adult fast myosin heavy chains
  126. Myosin light chains of avian and mammalian slow muscles: evidence of intraspecific polymorphism
  127. Differential distribution of tropomyosin subunits in fast and slow rat muscles and its changes in long-term denervated hemidiaphragm
  128. Myosin light and heavy chains in rat gastrocnemius and diaphragm muscles after chronic denervation or reinnervation
  129. eIF-2 initiation factor activity in postribosomal supernatant of hypertrophying rat diaphragm
  130. Selective maintenance of neurotrophically regulated proteins in denervated rat diaphragm
  131. Neural Control on the Activity of the Calcium-transport System in Sarcoplasmic Reticulum of Rat Skeletal Muscle