Call Lab

Full-text PDFs of publications and/or pre-prints are available where possible below via links


The RNA-binding protein Msi2 regulates autophagy during myogenic differentiation. Wang R, Kato F, Watson RY, Beedle AM, Call JA, Tsunoda Y, Noda Takeshi, Tsuchiya T, Kashima M, Hattori A, Ito T. Life Science Alliance. InPress. Open-Access.

Chronic hypoxia impairs skeletal muscle repair via HIF-2alpha stabilization. Yin A, Fu W, Elengickal A, Kim J, Liu Y, Bigot A, Mamchaoui K, Call JA, Yin H. Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle. InPress. Open-Access.

The influence of COVID-19 on patient mobilization and injury attributes in the ICU: a retrospective analysis of a level II trauma center. Navarro Y, Huang E, Johnson C, Clark F, Coppola S, Modi S, Warren GL, Call JA.. Trauma Care 4(1):44-59. Open-Access


Compromised muscle properties in a severe hypophosphatasia murine model. Pendleton EG, Nichenko AS, McFaline-Figueroa J, Raymond-Pope CJ, Schifino AG, Pigg TM, Barrow RP, Greising SM, Call JA, Mortensen LJ. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 24(21):15905. Open-Access

Differential effects of Western diet and traumatic muscle injury on skeletal muscle metabolic regulation in male and female mice. Heo J, Schifino AG, McFaline-Figueroa J, Miller DL, Hoffman JR, Noble EE, Greising SM, Call JA. Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle InPress. Open-Access

Resistance wheel running improves contractile strength, but not metabolic capacity, in a murine model of volumetric muscle loss injury. Schifino AG, Raymond-Pope CJ, Heo JW, McFaline-Figueroa J, Call JA, Greising SM. Experimental Physiology 108(10):1282-1294. Open-Access

Exploring skeletal muscle tolerance and whole-body metabolic effects of FDA-approved drugs in a volumetric muscle loss mode. Bijwadia SR, Raymond-Pope CJ, Basten AM, Lentz MT, Lillquist TJ, Call JA, Greising SM. Physiological Reports 11(12):e15756. Open-Access

Tibial bone strength is negatively affected by volumetric muscle loss injury to the adjacent muscle in male mice. Schifino AG, Cooley MA, Zhong RX, Heo JW, Hoffman DB, Warren GL, Greising SM, Call JA. Journal of Orthopaedic Research InPress. Open-Access

Response of terminal Schwann cells following volumetric muscle loss injury. Hoffman DB, Basten AM, Sorensen JR, Raymond-Pope CJ, Lillquist TJ, Call JA, Corona BT, Greising SM. Experimental Neurology 365:114431.

The bioenergetic “CK Clamp” technique detects substrate-specific changes in mitochondrial respiration and membrane potential during early VML injury pathology. McFaline-Figueroa J, Hunda ET, Heo JW, Winders EA, Greising SM, Call JA. Frontiers in Physiology 14:1178213. Open-Access

Imaging mitochondria through bone in live mice using two-photon fluorescence microscopy with adaptive optics. Zheng T, Liversage AR, Tehrani KF, Call JA, Kner PA, Mortensen LJ. Frontiers in Neuroimaging 2:959601. Open-Access.

Investigating Post-mild Traumatic Brain Injury Neuromuscular Function and Musculoskeletal Injury Risk: A Protocol for a Prospective, Observational, Case-controlled Study in Service Members and Active Individuals. Lynall RC, Wasser JG, Brooks DI, Call JA, Hendershot BD, Kardouni JR, Schmidt JD, & Mauntel TC. BMJ Open 13(3):3069404. Open-Access

Single-leg hop stabilization throughout concussion recovery: a preliminary biomechanical assessment. Lempke LB, Hoch MC, Call JA, Schmidt JD, Lynall RC. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 32(5):513-523.


Restricted physical activity after volumetric muscle loss alters whole-body and local muscle metabolism. Raymond-Pope CJ, Basten AM, Bruzina AS, McFaline-Figueroa J, Lillquist TJ, Call JA, Greising SM. Journal of Physiology 601(4):743-761.

The role of exerkines on brain mitochondria: a mini-review. Heo JW, Noble EE, Call JA. Journal of Applied Physiology 134(1):28-35.

Early initiation of electrical stimulation paired with range of motion after a volumetric muscle loss injury does not benefit muscle function. Basten AM, Raymond-Pope CJ, Hoffman DB, Call JA, Greising SM. Experimental Physiology 108(1):76-89. Open-Access

Consideration for Small Animal Physical Rehabilitation. Greising SM, Basten AM, Schifino AG, Call JA. Regenerative Rehabilitation: From Basic Science to the Clinic; Chapter 2Springer-Nature Edition 1: pages 39-59. Link

Pathophysiology of Volumetric Muscle Loss and Targets for Regenerative RehabilitationSorensen JR, McFaline-Figueroa J, Call JA. Regenerative Rehabilitation: From Basic Science to the Clinic; Chapter 6Springer-Nature Edition 1: pages 177-225. Link

Pharmaceutical agents for contractile-metabolic dysfunction after volumetric muscle loss. McFaline-Figueroa J, Schifino AG, Nichenko AS, Lord M, Hunda ET, Winders EA, Noble E, Greising SM, Call JA. Tissue Engineering Part A 28(17-18):795-806.

Lower extremity neuromuscular function following concussion: a preliminary examination. Lempke LB, Call JA, Hoch MC, Schmidt JD, Lynall RC. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 32(1):31-39.

Lower extremity somatosensory function throughout concussion recovery: a prospective cohort study. Lempke LB, Hoch MC, Call JA, Schmidt JD, Lynall RC. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 38(2):E156-166.


Sexually dimorphic effects of a Western diet on brain mitochondrial bioenergetics and neurocognitive function. Lord MN, Heo J-W, Schifino AG, Hoffman JR, Donohue KN, Call JA, Noble EE. Nutrients 13(12):4222 Full text PDF

In vivo measurement of hindlimb dorsiflexor isometric torque from pig. Corona BT, Call JA, Borkowski M, Greising SM. Journal of Visualized Experiments 175:e62905.

Effects of alcohol on skeletal muscle contractile performance in male and female mice. Laudato JA, Tice AL, Call JA, Gordon BS, Steiner JL. PLoS One 16(8): e0255946 Full text PDF

Commentaries on Viewpoint: The bread baker and the sandwich shop: “partnering small businesses” for success. Call JA & Greising SM. Journal of Applied Physiology 131:744

Independent of physical activity, volumetric muscle loss injury in a murine model impairs whole-body metabolism. Dalske KA, Raymond-Pope CJ, McFaline-Figueroa J, Basten AM, Call JA, Greising SM. PLoS One 16(6): e0253629 Full text PDF

Lifelong Ulk1-mediated autophagy deficiency in muscle induces mitochondrial dysfunction and contractile weakness. Nichenko AS, Sorensen JR, Southern WM, Qualls AE, Schifino AG, McFaline-Figueroa J, Blum JE, Tehrani KF, Yin H, Mortensen LJ, Thalacker-Mercer AE, Greising SM, Call JA. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22(4):1937 Full text PDF

Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (4th edition). Klionsky DJ, [et al., including Call JA]. Autophagy 17(1):1-382

Mitochondria-cytokine crosstalk following skeletal muscle injury and disuse: A mini-review. Qualls AE, Southern WM, Call JA. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 320(5):C681-688.

Spatial frequency metrics for analysis of microscopic images of musculoskeletal tissues. Tehrani KF, Pendleton EG, Southern WM, Call JA, Mortensen LJ. Connective Tissue Research 62(1):4-14.


Mitochondrial-specific autophagy linked to mitochondrial dysfunction following traumatic freeze injury in mice. Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Tehrani KF, Qualls AE, Flemington AB, Mercer GH, Yin A, Mortensen LJ, Yin H, Call JA. 2020. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 318(2):C242-C252. Full text PDF

Musculoskeletal regeneration, rehabilitation, and plasticity following traumatic injury. Greising SM, Corona BT, Call JA. 2020. International Journal of Sports Medicine 41(8):495-504.

Mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle of fukutin deficient mice is resistant to exercise- and AICAR-induced rescue. Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Qualls AE, Portman K, Gidon A, Beedle AM, Call JA. Experimental Physiology 105(10)1767-1777. Full text PDF

Autophagy: an essential but limited cellular process for timely skeletal muscle recovery from injury. Call JA and Nichenko AS. 2020. Autophagy 16(7):1344-1347.

Form of vitamin E supplementation affects oxidative and inflammatory response in exercising horses. Fagan MM, Harris P, Adams A, Pazdro R, Krotky A, Call JA, Duberstein KJ. 2020. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 91:103103


Five-dimensional two-photon volumetric microscopy of in-vivo dynamic activities using liquid lens remote focusing. Tehrani KF, Latchoumane CV, Southern WM, Pendleton EG, Maslesa A, Karumbaiah L, Call JA, Mortensen LJ. 2019. Biomedical Optics Express 10(7):3591-3604. Full text PDF

PGC1-alpha overexpression partially rescues impaired oxidative and contractile pathophysiology following volumetric muscle loss injury. Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Tehrani KF, McGranahan MJ, Krishnan L, Qualls AE, Jenkins NT, Mortensen LJ, Yin H, Yin A, Guldberg RE, Greising SM, Call JA. 2019. Scientific Reports 9(1):4079. Full text PDF

Voluntary running protects against neuromuscular dysfunction following hindlimb ischemia-reperfusion in mice. Wilson RJ, Drake JC, Cui D, Ritger ML, Guan Y, Call JA, Zhang M, Leitner LM, Godecke A, Yan Z. 2018. Journal of Applied Physiology 126(1):193-201. Full text PDF


Two-photon deep-tissue spatially resolved mitochondrial imaging using membrane potential fluorescence fluctuations. Tehrani KF, Pendleton EG, Southern WM, Call JA, Mortensen LJ. 2018. Biomedical Optics Express 9(1):254-259. Full text PDF

Transient HIF2A inhibition promotes satellite cell proliferation and muscle regeneration. Xie L, Yin A, Nichenko AS, Beedle AM, Call JA, Yin H. 2018. Journal of Clinical Investigation 128(6):2339-2355. Full text PDF

Aggregate mesenchymal stem cell delivery ameliorates the regenerative niche for muscle repair. Ruehle MA, Stevens HY, Beedle AM, Guldberg RE, Call JA. 2018. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 12(8):1867-1876.

Commentaries on Viewpoint: Principles, insights, and potential pitfalls of the noninvasive determination of muscle oxidative capacity by near-infrared spectroscopy. McCully KK & Call JA. 2018. Journal of Applied Physiology 124:249-255. Full text PDF

The impact of volumetric muscle loss injury on persistent motoneuron axotomy. Corona BT, Flanagan KE, Brininger CM, Goldman SM, Call JA, Greising SM. 2018. Muscle & Nerve 57(5):799-807.

Effect of exercise intensity on circulating microparticles in men and women. Shill DD, Lansford KA, Hempel HK, Call JA, Murrow JR, Jenkins NT. 2018. Experimental Physiology 103(5):693-700. Full text PDF

Early rehabilitation for volumetric muscle loss injury augments endogenous regenerative aspects of muscle strength and oxidative capacity. Greising SM, Warren GL, Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Qualls AE, Corona BT, Call JA. 2018. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 19(1):173. Full text PDF


Minimal evidence for a secondary loss of strength after an acute muscle injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Warren GL, Call JA, Farthing AK, Baadom-Piaro B. 2017. Sports Medicine 47(1):41-59. Full text PDF

Skeletal muscle metabolic adaptations to endurance exercise training in mice are attainable with simvastatin. Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Shill DD, Spencer CC, Jenkins NT, McCully KK, Call JA. 2017. PLoS One 12(2):e0172551. Full text PDF

Experimental intermittent ischemia augments exercise-induced inflammatory cytokine production. Shill DD, Polley KR, Willingham TB, Call JA,Murrow JR, McCully KK, Jenkins NT. 2017. Journal of Applied Physiology 123(2):434-441. Full text PDF

Ulk1-mediated autophagy plays an essential role in mitochondrial remodeling and functional regeneration of skeletal muscle. Call JA, Wilson RJ, Laker RC, Zhang M, Kundu M, Yan Z. 2017. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 312(6):C724-C732. Full text PDF

Exercise leads to unfavourable cardiac remodeling and enhanced metabolic homeostasis in obese mice with cardiac and skeletal muscle autophagy deficiency. Yan Z, Kronemberger A, Blomme J, Call JA, Caster HM, Pereira RO, Zhao H, de Melo VU, Laker RC, Zhang M, Lira VA. 2017. Scientific Reports 7(1):7894. Full text PDF

Muscle-derived extracellular superoxide dismutase inhibits endothelial activation and protects against multiple organ dysfunction syndrome in mice. Call JA, Donet J, Martin KS, Sharma AK, Chen X, Zhang J, Cai J, Galarreta CA, Okutsu M, Du Z, Lira VA, Zhang M, Mehrad B, Annex BH, Klibanov AL, Bowler RP, Laubach VE, Peirce SM, Yan Z. 2017. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 113:212-223. Full text PDF


Four week rapamycin treatment improves muscular dystrophy in a fukutin-deficient mouse model of dystroglycanopathy. Foltz SJ, Luan J, Call JA, Patel A, Peissig KB, Fortunato MJ, Beedle AM. 2016. Skeletal Muscle 6(1):20. Full text PDF

Eccentric contraction-induced muscle injury: reproducible, quantitative, physiological models to impair skeletal muscle’s capacity to generate force. Call JA & Lowe DA. 2016. Methods in Molecular Biology 1460:3-18. Full text PDF

Mitochondrial maintenance via autophagy contributes to functional skeletal muscle regeneration and remodeling. Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Atuan M, Luan J, Peissig KB, Foltz SJ, Beedle AM, Warren GL, Call JA. 2016. MAmerican Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 311(2):C190-200. Full text PDF


Enhanced skeletal muscle expression of extracellular superoxide dismutase mitigates streptozotocin-induced diabetic cardiomyopathy by reducing oxidative stress and aberrant cell signaling. Call JA, Chain KH, Martin KS, Lira VA, Okutsu M, Zhang M, Yan Z. 2015. Circulation Heart Failure 8(1):188-197. Full text PDF

2014 – Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction Lab opens at UGA!

Extracellular superoxide dismutase amerliorates skeletal muscle abnormalitites, cachexia, and exercise intolerance in mice with congestive heart failure. Okutsu M, Call JA, Lira VA, Zhang M, Donet JA, French BA, Martin KS, Peirce-Cottler SM, Rembold CM, Annex BH, Yan Z. 2014. Circulation Heart Failure 7(3):519-530. Full text PDF

The following are previous works from training periods at Virginia Tech, University of Minnesota, and University of Virginia


Adaptations of mouse skeletal muscle to low intensity vibration training. McKeehen JN, Novotny SA, Baltgalvis KA, Call JA, Nuckley DJ, Lowe DA. 2013 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45(6):1051-1059. Full text PDF

Phosphatidylserine receptor BAI1 and apoptotic cells as new promoters of myoblast fusion. Hochreiter-Hufford AE, Lee CS, Kinchen JM, Sokolowski JD, Arandjelovic S, Call JA, Klibanov AL, Yan Z, Mandell JW, Ravichandran KS. 2013. Nature 497:263-267. Full text PDF

Acute failure of action potential conduction in mdx muscle reveals new mechanism of contraction-induced force loss. Call JA, Warren GL, Verma M, Lowe DA. 2013. Journal of Physiology 591(15):3765-3776. Full text PDF

Musculoskeletal response of dystrophic mice to short term, low intensity, high frequency vibration. Novotny SA, Eckhoff MD, Eby BC, Call JA, Nuckley D, Lowe DA. 2013. Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions 13(4):418-429. Full text PDF


Skeletal muscle contractile function and neuromuscular performance in Zmpste24(-/-) mice, a murine model of human progeria. Greising SM, Call JA, Lund TC, Blazar BR, Tolar J, Lowe DA. 2012. Age 34(4):805-819. Full text PDF

Exercise training improves plantarflexor muscle function in mdx. Baltgalvis KA, Call JA, Cochrane GD, Laker RC, Yan Z, Lowe DA. 2012 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 44(9):1671-1679. Full text PDF


Quadriceps myopathy caused by skeletal muscle specific ablation of beta-cyto-actin. Prins KW, Call JA, Lowe DA, Ervasti JM. 2011. Journal of Cell Science 124(6):951-957. Full text PDF

TAT-microUtrophin mitigates the pathophysiology of dystrophin and utrophin double-knockout mice. Call JA, Ervasti JM, Lowe DA. 2011. Journal of Applied Physiology 111(1):200-205. Full text PDF

Exercise and Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Towards evidence-based exercise prescription. Markert CD, Ambrosio FX, Call JA, Grange RW. 2011. Muscle and Nerve 43(4):464-478.

Adaptive strength gains in dystrophic muscle exposed to repeated bouts of eccentric contractions. Call JA, Eckhoff MD, Baltgalvis KA, Warren GL, Lowe DA. 2011. Journal of Applied Physiology 111(6):1768-1777. Full text PDF


Green tea extract improves pathology, but not macrophage infiltration in mdx mice. Evans NP, Call JA, Bassaganya—Riera J, Robertson JL, Grange RW. 2010. Clinical Nutrition 29:391-398. Full text PDF

Progressive, resistance voluntary wheel running in the mdx mouse. Call JA, McKeehen JN, Novotny SA, Lowe DA. 2010. Muscle and Nerve42(6):871-880. Full text PDF

Flt-1 haploinsufficiency ameliorates muscular dystrophy phenotype by developmentally increased vasculature in mdx mice. Verma M, Asakura Y, Hirai H, Watanabe S, Fong GH, Ema M, Call JA, Lowe DA, Asakura A. 2010. Human Molecular Genetics 19(21):4145-4159. Full text PDF

Platarflexion contracture in the mdx mouse. Garlich MW, Baltgalvis KA, Call JA, Dorsey LL, Lowe DA. 2010. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 89:976-985. Full text PDF


The effects of prednisolone on skeletal muscle contractility in mdx mice. Baltgalvis KA, Call JA, Nikas JB, Lowe DA. 2009. Muscle and Nerve 40(3):443-454. Full text PDF


Endurance capacity of maturing mdx mice is markedly enhanced by combined voluntary wheel running and green tea extract. Call JA, Voelker KA, Wolff AV, McMillan RP, Evans NP, Hulver MW, Talmadge RJ, Grange RW. 2008. Journal of Applied Physiology 105(3):923-932. Full text PDF


Recommendations to define exercise prescription for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Grange RW, Call JA. 2007. Exercise and Sports Sciences Reviews 35(1):12-17. Full text PDF


Passive mechanical properties of maturing extensor digitorum longus are not affected by lack of dystrophin. Wolff AV, Niday AK, Voelker KA, Call JA, Evans NP, Granata KP, Grange RW. 2006. Muscle and Nerve 34(3):304-312.

My NCBI Bibliography 

Published conference proceedings 

  1. Call JA, Baltgalvis KA, Lowe DA. 2008. Short term, progressive wheel running by C57BL/10 mice is not sufficient to mimic resistance exercise. The Physiologist December Vol. 51.
  2. Baltgalvis KA, Kosir AM, Call JA, Lowe DA. 2008. Mitochondrial adaptations following exercise training in dystrophic mouse skeletal muscle. The Physiologist December Vol. 51.
  3. Bueche J, Conrad M, Dittner H, Emms S, Flategraff T, Fuller S, Call JA, Baltgalvis K, Dorsey L, Lowe D. 2009. Contracture properties of lower leg muscles due to Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Ped. Physical Ther. Vol 21: 88-136.
  4. Markert CD, Fabrisia A, Call JA, Grange RW. 2010. Exercise and Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Towards evidence-based exercise prescription. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 42(10):supplement 2:29.
  5. Dommer D, Kelly T, Ludowese D, Neeser P, Schoess J, Cochrane G, Call JA, Lowe D. 2011. Plantarflexion torque is improved by wheel running in mice with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Ped. Physical Ther. 23:96-105.
  6. Call JA, Eckhoff MD, Baltgalvis KA, Warren GL, Lowe DA. 2011. Dystrophin is not required for skeletal muscle to adapt to repeated bouts of lengthening contractions. The FASEB Journal 25:1105.13
  7. McKeehen JM, Baltgalvis KA, Call JA, Greising SM, Novotny SA, Lowe DA. 2011. Adaptations of mouse skeletal muscle to chronic low-level, high-frequency vibration. The FASEB Journal 25:1107.21
  8. Novotny SA, Eby BC, Nuckley DJ, Call JA, Eckhoff MD, Lowe DA. 2012. Low magnitude vibration to improve musculoskeletal health in a mouse model of muscle disease. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise 44(5):supplement 2:354.
  9. Lira V, Call JA, Laker RC, Lira A, Zhang M, Yan Z. 2015. Loss of Ulk1 in skeletal muscle and heart prevents exercise protection against diet-induced insulin resistance. The FASEB Journal 29:821.6
  10. Lira V, Kronemberg A, Call JA, Caster HM, Pereira RO, Laker RC, Zhang M, Yan Z. 2016. Defective autophagy causes a maladaptive cardiac phenotype to exercise that leads to premature death and FGF21-mediated protection against obesity and insulin resistance. The FASEB Journal 30:1014.4
  11. Greising SM, Corona BT, Warren GL, Call JA.  Early rehabilitation and volumetric muscle loss injury adapts the genetic response of the remaining muscle mass. The FASEB Journal 31:1083.10
  12. Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Beedle AM, Call JA.  Mitochondrial abnormalities may contribute to skeletal muscle weakness and poor regeneration in fukutin-deficient muscular dystrophy mice. The FASEB Journal 31:1081.3
  13. Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Qualls A, Spencer CC, Call JA. Autophagy related Ulk1 is necessary for the recovery of mitochondrial function after skeletal muscle injury. The FASEB Journal 31:1082.6
  14. Qualls A, Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Agan Z, Warren GL, Greising SM, Call JA. Early rehabilitation to augment skeletal muscle function following volumetric muscle loss injury. The FASEB Journal 31:1022.9
  15. Shill DD, Polley KR, Willinghma TB, Call JA,Murrow JR, McCully KK, Jenkin NT. 2017. Experimental intermittent ischemia augments exercise-induced inflammatory cytokine production. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 49:64
  16. Fagan MM, Pazdro R, Call JA, Abrams A, Harris P, Krotky AD, Duberstein KJ. 2017. Assessment of oxidative stress and muscle damage in exercising horses in response to level and form of vitamin E. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 52:80-81.
  17. Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Flemington A, Graulich BL, Call JA. 2018. Importance of autophagy in the recovery of muscle function after injury in an ovariectomized model. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 50:369.
  18.  Southern WM, Nichenko AS, Qualls AE, Yin A, Yin H, Greising SM, Call JA. 2018. Forced PGC1a1 expression improves oxidative capacity and partially rescues strength following volumetric muscle loss injury. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 50:845-846.
  19. Nichenko AS, Southern WM, Mercer G, Greising SM, Call JA. 2019. Lifelong deficiency in Ulk1-mediated autophagy precipitates skeletal muscle aging. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 51(6):146
  20. Mortensen LJ, Nichenko AS, Call JA, Pendleton EG. 2019. Mitochondrial dysfunction may contribute to muscle weakness in hypophosphatasia. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research Plus 3(S4):23
  21. Greising SM, Warren GL, Call JA. 2019. Bone deterioration and metabolic deficiency after volumetric muscle loss injury: targets for regenerative rehabilitation. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research Plus 3(S4):10-11
  22. Hoffman DB, Sorensen JR, Call JA, Corona BT, Greising SM. 2020. Temporal changes in pathologic fibrosis following volumetric muscle loss injury. The FASEB Journal 34(S1):1-1
  23. Nichenko AS, Tehrani KF, Yin A, Yin H, Mortensen LJ, Call JA. 2020. Autophagy flux: A bottleneck in the clearance of damaged organelles and proteins after skeletal muscle injury. The FASEB Journal 34(S1):1-1
  24. Dalske KA, Basten AM, Raymond-Pope CJ, Call JA, Greising SM. 2020. Interplay between whole body metabolism, physical activity, and muscle function following volumetric muscle loss injury. The FASEB Journal 34(S1):1-1
  25. McFaline-Figueroa J, Nichenko AS, Schifino AG, Call JA. 2020. Ca2+-induced complex I inactivity: a model for early mitochondrial dysfunction following volumetric muscle loss injury. The FASEB Journal 34(S1):1-1

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