Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.013
EU - Europa 2.378
AS - Asia 206
AF - Africa 6
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 3
Totale 6.606
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.003
PL - Polonia 964
SE - Svezia 372
IE - Irlanda 361
IT - Italia 277
UA - Ucraina 126
DE - Germania 116
FI - Finlandia 74
HK - Hong Kong 73
CN - Cina 47
GB - Regno Unito 42
SG - Singapore 30
VN - Vietnam 28
TR - Turchia 21
BE - Belgio 19
CA - Canada 10
FR - Francia 10
RU - Federazione Russa 5
SC - Seychelles 5
ES - Italia 4
CH - Svizzera 3
EU - Europa 3
NL - Olanda 3
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 2
IN - India 2
JO - Giordania 2
IR - Iran 1
JP - Giappone 1
KR - Corea 1
MU - Mauritius 1
Totale 6.606
Città #
Warsaw 964
Fairfield 724
Chandler 384
Dublin 357
Ashburn 319
Woodbridge 313
Seattle 273
Jacksonville 261
Cambridge 251
Houston 240
Wilmington 216
Florence 103
Ann Arbor 95
Princeton 89
Lawrence 85
Altamura 83
Buffalo 81
Boardman 58
Medford 52
Boston 48
San Diego 47
Beijing 32
Dong Ket 26
Izmir 20
Brussels 19
Norwalk 18
Redwood City 15
Falls Church 14
Toronto 10
Andover 8
Hillsboro 8
London 8
Phoenix 7
Rufina 7
Vaiano 6
Bologna 5
Auburn Hills 4
Barcelona 4
Bern 3
Frankfurt Am Main 3
Guangzhou 3
Los Angeles 3
Saint Petersburg 3
Verona 3
Birmingham 2
Borgo San Lorenzo 2
Brno 2
Cedar Knolls 2
Empoli 2
Fucecchio 2
Fuzhou 2
Grenoble 2
Grevenbroich 2
Hounslow 2
Redmond 2
Shenzhen 2
Tappahannock 2
Venice 2
Acton 1
Arnsberg 1
Catania 1
Chiswick 1
Columbus 1
Council Bluffs 1
Delft 1
Hangzhou 1
Hanover 1
La Spezia 1
Lappeenranta 1
Laurel 1
Milan 1
Naaldwijk 1
Nanjing 1
Old Bridge 1
Prescot 1
Riverside 1
San Giovanni Valdarno 1
Scandicci 1
Seveso 1
Southend 1
Tokyo 1
Trumbull 1
Wuhan 1
Totale 5.325
Nome #
The conformation of myosin head domains in rigor muscle determined by X-ray interference. 221
Mechanism of force generation by myosin heads in skeletal muscle 216
Motion of myosin head domains during activation and force development in skeletal muscle 211
Elastic bending and active tilting of myosin heads during muscle contraction 198
An integrated in vitro and in situ study of kinetics ofmyosin II from frog skeletal muscle 177
Inotropic interventions do not change the resting state of myosin motors during cardiac diastole 156
Low temperature traps myosin motors of mammalian muscle in a refractory state that prevents activation 152
Thick Filament Mechano-Sensing in Skeletal and Cardiac Muscles: A Common Mechanism Able to Adapt the Energetic Cost of the Contraction to the Task 151
The size and speed of the working stroke of cardiac myosin in situ. 145
Thick Filament Length Changes in Muscle Have Both Elastic and Structural Components 140
Myosin filament activation in the heart is tuned to the mechanical task 114
Minimum number of myosin motors accounting for shortening velocity under zero load in skeletal muscle 110
The contributions of filaments and cross-bridges to sarcomere compliance in skeletal muscle 109
Force generation by skeletal muscle is controlled by mechanosensing in myosin filaments 97
New techniques in linear and non-linear laser optics in muscle research. 92
Probing myosin structural conformation in vivo by second-harmonic generation microscopy. 91
Structural changes in the myosin filament and cross-bridges during active force development in single intact frog muscle fibres: stiffness and X-ray diffraction measurements. 90
The effect of myofilament compliance on kinetics of force generation by myosin motors in muscle 89
Skeletal muscle resists stretch by rapid binding of the second motor domain of myosin to actin 87
"A low-cost microcomputer system for automated analysis of intracellular cardiac action potentials". 85
Skeletal muscle performance determined by modulation of number of myosin motors rather than motor force or stroke size 85
Is muscle powered by springs or motors? 85
Mechanics of myosin function in white muscle fibres of the dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula 85
The myosin motor in muscle generates a smaller and slower working stroke at higher load 84
A combined mechanical and X-ray diffraction study of stretch potentiation in single frog muscle fibres 83
A cross-bridge model that is able to explain mechanical and energetic properties of shortening muscle 82
Sarcomere-length dependence of myosin filament structure in skeletal muscle fibres of the frog 81
Myosin head movements are synchronous with the elementary force-generating process in muscle 80
Temperature dependence of the force-generating process in single fibres from frog skeletal muscle. 80
Cross-bridge detachment and attachment following a step stretch imposed on active single frog muscle fibres 79
The contractile response during steady lengthening of stimulated frog muscle fibres 78
Structural changes in myosin motors and filaments during relaxation of skeletal muscle 77
Structural and molecular conformation of myosin in intact muscle fibers by second harmonic generation 77
The structural basis of the increase in isometric force production with temperature in frog skeletal muscle 76
The size and the speed of the working stroke of muscle myosin and its dependence on the force 76
The force and stiffness of myosin motors in the isometric twitch of a cardiac trabecula and the effect of the extracellular calcium concentration 76
Kinetics of regeneration of cross-bridge power stroke in shortening muscle 75
Stiffness of frog muscle fibres during rise of tension and relaxation in fixed-end or length-clamped tetani 74
A velocity-dependent shortening depression in the development of the force-velocity relation in frog muscle fibres 73
The mechanism of the resistance to stretch of isometrically contracting single muscle fibres 73
The myofilament elasticity and its effect on kinetics of force generation by the myosin motor 73
Effect of temperature on the working stroke of muscle myosin 72
Elastic distortion of myosin heads and repriming of the working stroke in muscle 71
The motions of myosin heads that drive muscle contraction 71
Interference x-ray diffraction from single muscle cells reveals the molecular basis of muscle braking 71
Functional imaging of skeletal muscle fiber in different physiological states by Second Harmonic Generation 71
X-ray diffraction studies of the contractile mechanism in single muscle fibres 70
Orthophosphate increases the efficiency of slow muscle-myosin isoform in the presence of omecamtiv mecarbil 70
Ca-activation and stretch-activation in insect flight muscle 69
Barium-induced spontaneous activity in sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers 69
The stiffness of skeletal muscle in isometric contraction and rigor: the fraction of myosin heads bound to actin 68
The non-linear elasticity of the muscle sarcomere and the compliance of myosin motors 68
Structural dynamics of the skeletal muscle fiber by second harmonic generation 68
The development of the force-velocity relation in normal and dantrolene-treated frog single muscle fibres 65
Rapid regeneration of the actin-myosin power stroke in contracting muscle 64
Structure-function relation of the myosin motor in striated muscle 63
Study of skeletal muscle cross-bridge population dynamics by Second Harmonic Generation 63
Changes in conformation of myosin heads during the development of isometric contraction and rapid shortening in single frog muscle fibres 62
Contracting striated muscle has a dynamic I-band spring with an undamped stiffness 100 times larger than the passive stiffness 61
Development of activation and rise of tension in an isometric tetanus 60
The recovery of tension in transients during steady lengthening of frog muscle fibres 60
The effect of hypertonicity on force generation in tetanized single fibres from frog skeletal muscle 58
On the working stroke elicited by steps in length and temperature 57
Simulation of the rapid regeneration of the actin-myosin working stroke with a tight coupling model of muscle contraction 52
Interference fine structure and sarcomere length dependence of the axial X-ray pattern from active single muscle fibres 51
Dependence of thick filament structure in relaxed mammalian skeletal muscle on temperature and interfilament spacing 51
Effect of calcium and caffeine on barium-induced automaticity in sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers 49
Effect of Sulmazole and Pimobendan on contractility of skinned fibres from frog skeletal muscle 49
Alpha-adrenoceptor stimulation enhances automaticity in barium-treated cardiac Purkinje fibers 48
The force of the myosin motor sets cooperativity in thin filament activation of skeletal muscles 47
Conformation of the myosin motor during force generation in skeletal muscle 45
Cross-bridge kinetics studied with staircase shortening in single fibres from frog skeletal muscle 43
Myosin head movements during isometric contraction and shortening at high speed studied by X-ray diffraction on single muscle fibres 42
Enhancement by norepinephrine of automaticity in sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers exposed to hypoxic glucose-free Tyrode's solution: a role for alfa-adrenoceptors? 41
Tension transient during steady lengthening of tetanized muscle fibres of the frog 41
Changes in the x-ray diffraction pattern from single, intact muscle fibers produced by rapid shortening and stretch 39
Influences of age on the positive inotropic effect mediated by alpha- and beta-adrenoceptors in rat ventricular strips 35
Steady lengthening of intact frog single muscle fibres reveals a fast cross-bridge turnover 35
The mechanism of force enhancement during constant velocity lengthening in tetanized single fibres of frog muscle 34
Myofibrillar calcium sensitivity modulation: influence of ligth chain phosphorilation and positive inotropic drugs on skinned frog skeletal muscle 33
Functional imaging of muscle cells by Second Harmonic Generation - art. no. 60891I 33
Straightening Out the Elasticity of Myosin Cross-Bridges 32
Myosin motors that cannot bind actin leave their folded OFF state on activation of skeletal muscle 32
Titin activates myosin filaments in skeletal muscle by switching from an extensible spring to a mechanical rectifier 15
Rapid cross-bridge recruitment during stretch of active single fibers of frog skeletal muscle 15
Second harmonic generation, (SHG) microscopy in muscle fibres and myofibrils in different physiological states 10
Dependence of myosin filament structure on intracellular calcium concentration in skeletal muscle 5
Matching Mechanics and Energetics of Muscle Contraction Suggests Unconventional Chemomechanical Coupling during the Actin-Myosin Interaction 3
Totale 6.714
Categoria #
all - tutte 15.044
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 15.044

Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019796 0 0 0 0 73 13 39 14 27 128 268 234
2019/20201.619 126 126 41 118 185 209 178 209 162 88 150 27
2020/20211.214 80 107 101 112 36 155 49 96 108 208 61 101
2021/2022647 16 57 43 11 48 28 23 39 37 30 164 151
2022/20231.552 143 280 75 94 144 279 237 86 143 22 29 20
2023/2024302 19 67 106 33 77 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 6.714