Muscles really do have "memory"

Muscles can store the benefits of exercise for use again later.
25 January 2019
Presented by Jenny Gracie


This is a picture of a person lifting a heavy weight bar.


Nearly every cell in the body contains a part called the nucleus which houses the genetic information needed to function. Muscle cells are the largest cells in the body, so they often need multiple nuclei to meet high power demands. Research from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, supports the contradiction of a widely believed theory linking large cells and nuclei numbers. Jenny Gracie spoke with Professor Larry Schwartz to find out why the relationship may no longer be true...


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