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Biophysical Journal, ISSN 0006-3495, 01/2014, Volume 106, Issue 2, pp. 764a - 765a
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Frontiers in Physiology, ISSN 1664-042X, 2015, Volume 6, Issue MAY, p. 174
For the past 60 years, muscle contraction had been thought to be governed exclusively by the contractile filaments, actin, and myosin. This thinking explained... 
Muscle stretching | Crossbridge theory | Actin | Titin | Myosin | Eccentric | Force enhancement | Muscle contraction | muscle contraction | force enhancement | PHYSIOLOGY | STRETCH | myosin | TENSION | SARCOMERE-LENGTH | titin | SKELETAL-MUSCLE | FIBERS | actin | ISOMETRIC FORCE | muscle stretching | RESIDUAL FORCE ENHANCEMENT | crossbridge theory | DYNAMICS | DESCENDING-LIMB | STRIATED-MUSCLE | eccentric | history dependence | Muscle Contraction
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The Journal of Experimental Biology, ISSN 0022-0949, 11/2019, Volume 222, Issue 22, p. jeb209924
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01/2015, ISBN 1339335964
Residual force enhancement (RFE) is a characteristic of skeletal muscle describing the increase in isometric steady-state force following an active stretch,... 
Nanotechnology | Biomedical engineering | Kinesiology
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The Tampa Tribune, ISSN 1042-3761, 04/2015
  April 07--Here's a quick primer to get you ready for the NCAA women's basketball national championship game between Notre dame and UConn at Amalie Arena. ***... 
College basketball | Coaches & managers | Tournaments & championships | Athletes
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The Tampa Tribune, ISSN 1042-3761, 04/2015
  The Huskies assisted on 17 of their 29 field goals, while shooting 53.7 percent and going 15-for-18 from the free-throw line. All-American junior forward... 
Athletes | Professional basketball
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The Tampa Tribune, ISSN 1042-3761, 04/2015
  Junior forward Breanna Stewart, the two-time consensus national player of the year, was limited offensively with just eight points, but dominated the... 
Women | Coaches & managers | Athletes
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The Tampa Tribune, ISSN 1042-3761, 04/2015
  "Any horse racing fans in here?" Auriemma asked a roomful of reporters. "Because they ride the best horses and they coach the best players." [...]the light... 
Women | Colleges & universities | Coaches & managers | Athletes | Athletic recruitment
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The Tampa Tribune, ISSN 1042-3761, 04/2015
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