Blood flow restriction during the resting periods of high-intensity resistance training does not alter performance but decreases MIR-1 and MIR-133A levels in human skeletal muscle

Ferenc Torma, Peter Bakonyi, Zsolt Regdon, Zoltan Gombos, Matyas Jokai, Gergely Babszki, Marcell Fridvalszki, Laszló Virág, Hisashi Naito, Syed Rehan Iftikhar Bukhari, Zsolt Radak*

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