MOESM3 of Walking performance is positively correlated to calf muscle fiber size in peripheral artery disease subjects, but fibers show aberrant mitophagy: an observational study

  • Sarah H. White (Creator)
  • Mary M McDermott (Creator)
  • Robert L Sufit (Creator)
  • Kate Kosmac (Creator)
  • Alex W. Bugg (Creator)
  • Marta Gonzalez-Freire (Creator)
  • Luigi Ferrucci (Creator)
  • Lu Tian (Creator)
  • Lihui Zhao (Contributor)
  • Ying Gao (Creator)
  • Melina R. Kibbe (Department of Veterans Affairs, Northwestern University) (Creator)
  • Michael H. Criqui (Creator)
  • Christiaan Leeuwenburgh (Creator)
  • Charlotte A. Peterson (Creator)
  • Mary M. McDermott (Creator)
  • Luigi Ferrucci (Creator)
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Additional file 3: Figure S3. Correlations between minimum feret diameter of gastrocnemius fibers from PAD subjects and walking performance (n=26, approximately 1000 fibers per subject). A) type I fiber minimum feret diameter versus normal-paced 4-m walking velocity; B) type I fiber minimum feret diameter versus fastest-paced 4-m walking velocity; C) average fiber minimum feret diameter versus normal-paced 4-m walking velocity; and D) average fiber minimum feret diameter versus fastest-paced 4-m walking velocity.
Date made available2016
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