Please view the following studies while we prepare our contributions.
ISSLS Prize Winner: Adaptations to the multifidus muscle in response to experimentally induced intervertebral disc degeneration.
Architectural analysis and intraoperative measurements demonstrate the unique design of the multifidus muscle for lumbar spine stability.
Psoas muscle architectural design, in vivo sarcomere length range, and passive tensile properties support its role as a lumbar spine stabilizer.
Regional myosin heavy chain distribution in selected paraspinal muscles.
Skeletal muscle design to meet functional demands.
Moment arms of the human digital flexors.
Human wrist motors: biomechanical design and application to tendon transfers.
Plasticity of muscle architecture after supraspinatus tears.
Rotator Cuff Muscle Architecture: Implications for Glenohumeral Stability.
Force transmission in skeletal muscle: from actomyosin to external tendons.
Role of the cytoskeleton in muscle transcriptional responses to altered use.
Systems analysis of biological networks in skeletal muscle function.
Human skeletal muscle biochemical diversity.
A nonlinear model of passive muscle viscosity.
Structure and function of the skeletal muscle extracellular matrix.
Muscle extracellular matrix applies a transverse stress on fibers with axial strain.
Nebulin plays a direct role in promoting strong actin-myosin interactions.