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Moderately elevated extracellular K potentiates submaximal force and power in skeletal muscle via increased Ca during contractions.

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Summary of "Moderately elevated extracellular K potentiates submaximal force and power in skeletal muscle via increased Ca during contractions."

The extracellular K concentration ([K]) increases during physical exercise. We here studied whether moderately elevated [K] may increase force and power output during contractions at -like frequencies and whether such potentiation was associated with increased free cytosolic [Ca] ([Ca]) during contractions.

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Name: American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
ISSN: 1522-1563
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