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Chronic aryl hydrocarbon receptor activity impairs muscle mitochondrial function with tobacco smoking.

Accumulating evidence has demonstrated that chronic tobacco smoking directly contributes to skeletal muscle dysfunction independent of its pathological impact to the cardiorespiratory systems. The mechanisms underlying tobacco smoke toxicity in skeletal muscle are not fully resolved. In this study, the...
🗓️ 2024-02-09
📰 Publication: Journal Of Cachexia Sarcopenia And Muscle
Read MoreChronic aryl hydrocarbon receptor activity impairs muscle mitochondrial function with tobacco smoking.

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