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L'Endocrinologo

, Volume 19, Issue 5, pp 243–246 | Cite as

Ormoni e plasticità delle fibre del muscolo scheletrico. Ruolo nella patogenesi della sarcopenia

  • Valeria Galfano
  • Lorenzo M. Donini
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Sommario

La funzionalità del muscolo scheletrico è un elemento determinante nel definire lo stato di salute e la qualità di vita di una persona. Per tale motivo, da diversi anni la ricerca si è interessata in maniera sempre più attenta alla patogenesi e alla fisiopatologia della sarcopenia cercando di trovare elementi in grado di prevenirne l’insorgenza o di favorire il recupero funzionale. Questo breve testo affronta il ruolo che gli ormoni hanno nel condizionare la salute del muscolo.

Parole chiave

Muscolo Sarcopenia 

Notes

Conflitto di interesse

Gli autori Valeria Galfano e Lorenzo M. Donini dichiarano di non avere conflitti di interesse.

Consenso informato

Lo studio presentato in questo articolo non ha richiesto sperimentazione umana.

Studi su animali

Gli autori di questo articolo non hanno eseguito studi sugli animali.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dipartimento di Medicina Sperimentale, Sezione di Fisiopatologia Medica, Scienza dell’Alimentazione ed Endocrinologia, Unità di Ricerca di Scienza dell’Alimentazione e Nutrizione UmanaSapienza UniversitàRomaItalia

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