PMID: 461Dec 1, 1975

Effect of cross-reinnervation on physiological parameters and on properties of myosin and sarcoplasmic reticulum of fast and slow muscles of the rabbit

The Journal of General Physiology
F A SréterJ Gergely

Abstract

Cross-reinnvervation of fast (extensor digitorum longus) and slow (soleus) twitch muscles of the rabbit showed essentially complete fast to slow and slow to fast conversion, respectively, 11-12 mo after surgery with respect to a number of physiological parameters including intrinsic shortening, velocity, and isometric twitch time to peak. There was pronounced bu incomplete biochemical conversion as judged by Ca2+ uptake by sarcoplasmic reticulum, myosin ATPase, alkali lability, and light chain complement. The question of trophic substances of neural origin is discussed in light of the fact that chronic stimulation for 15 wk of a fast muscle produces complete biochemical and physiological conversion to the slow type.

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