Acute resistance exercise activates rapamycin-sensitive and -insensitive mechanisms that control translational activity and capacity in skeletal muscle

Daniel W D West, Leslie M. Baehr, George R. Marcotte, Courtney M. Chason, Luis Tolento, Aldrin V Gomes, Sue C. Bodine, Keith Baar

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