PMID: 3951175Jan 1, 1986

Concentration of collagen, lipids and glycogen in the skeletal muscles of the rat during the recovery period after 15 and 30 days of hypokinesia

Kosmicheskaia biologiia i aviakosmicheskaia meditsina
P P Potapov

Abstract

On the 15th hypokinetic day carcass mass, glycogen and lipid content in skeletal muscles decreased while collagen content increased. The content of collagen returned to the norm by the 7th day of the recovery period. By that time the glycogen content increased significantly and a week later decreased noticeably. The content of total lipids and triglycerides was higher than the baseline level on the 15th and 30th days of the recovery period. On hypokinesia day 30 carcass mass and glycogen content decreased while collagen content increased. After 30-day hypokinesia glycogen was significantly increased on the 7th day and returned to the norm by the 60th day of the recovery period. Lipid content was elevated only on the 7th day of the recovery period, collagen content returned to the norm on the 15th day of the recovery period. Following 15- and 30-day hypokinesia carcass mass returned to the baseline level by the 30th day of the recovery period.

Related Concepts

Adaptation, Physiological
Zyderm
Glycogen
Lipids
Muscle
Triglycerides

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