Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges?

B.J.J.J. van der Linden, Hubertus F.J.M. Koopman, P.A.J.B.M. Huijing, H.J. Grootenboer

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

37 Downloads (Pure)

Abstract

Muscle stiffness is an important property for movement control. Stiffness is a measure for the resistance against mechanical disturbances in muscular-skeletal systems. In general muscle stiffness is assumed to depend on the number of attached cross-bridges. It is not possible to measure this number in vivo or vitro. In experiments, high frequency perturbations are used to obtain a measurement of stiffness. In this paper a simulation study is presented concerning the correlation between the number of attached cross-bridges and high-frequency stiffness. A model based on the sliding-filament theory was used for the simulation of dynamic contractions. It is concluded that these two methods of muscle stiffness determination do not yield compatible results during lengthening
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationProceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference
Place of PublicationAmnsterdam
PublisherIEEE
Pages-
Number of pages2
ISBN (Print)CD-ROM 90-90100
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Oct 1996
Event18th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBC 1996: Bridging Disciplines for Biomedicine - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 31 Oct 19963 Nov 1996
Conference number: 18

Publication series

Name
PublisherIEEE
Volume2

Conference

Conference18th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBC 1996
Abbreviated titleEMBC
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period31/10/963/11/96

Keywords

  • METIS-145274
  • IR-32998

Cite this

van der Linden, B. J. J. J., Koopman, H. F. J. M., Huijing, P. A. J. B. M., & Grootenboer, H. J. (1996). Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges? In Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference (pp. -). Amnsterdam: IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866
van der Linden, B.J.J.J. ; Koopman, Hubertus F.J.M. ; Huijing, P.A.J.B.M. ; Grootenboer, H.J. / Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges?. Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference. Amnsterdam : IEEE, 1996. pp. -
@inproceedings{d4419fcc73b445cfaf4e12b4c36ce337,
title = "Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges?",
abstract = "Muscle stiffness is an important property for movement control. Stiffness is a measure for the resistance against mechanical disturbances in muscular-skeletal systems. In general muscle stiffness is assumed to depend on the number of attached cross-bridges. It is not possible to measure this number in vivo or vitro. In experiments, high frequency perturbations are used to obtain a measurement of stiffness. In this paper a simulation study is presented concerning the correlation between the number of attached cross-bridges and high-frequency stiffness. A model based on the sliding-filament theory was used for the simulation of dynamic contractions. It is concluded that these two methods of muscle stiffness determination do not yield compatible results during lengthening",
keywords = "METIS-145274, IR-32998",
author = "{van der Linden}, B.J.J.J. and Koopman, {Hubertus F.J.M.} and P.A.J.B.M. Huijing and H.J. Grootenboer",
year = "1996",
month = "10",
day = "30",
doi = "10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866",
language = "Undefined",
isbn = "CD-ROM 90-90100",
publisher = "IEEE",
pages = "--",
booktitle = "Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference",
address = "United States",

}

van der Linden, BJJJ, Koopman, HFJM, Huijing, PAJBM & Grootenboer, HJ 1996, Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges? in Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference. IEEE, Amnsterdam, pp. -, 18th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBC 1996, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 31/10/96. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866

Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges? / van der Linden, B.J.J.J.; Koopman, Hubertus F.J.M.; Huijing, P.A.J.B.M.; Grootenboer, H.J.

Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference. Amnsterdam : IEEE, 1996. p. -.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges?

AU - van der Linden, B.J.J.J.

AU - Koopman, Hubertus F.J.M.

AU - Huijing, P.A.J.B.M.

AU - Grootenboer, H.J.

PY - 1996/10/30

Y1 - 1996/10/30

N2 - Muscle stiffness is an important property for movement control. Stiffness is a measure for the resistance against mechanical disturbances in muscular-skeletal systems. In general muscle stiffness is assumed to depend on the number of attached cross-bridges. It is not possible to measure this number in vivo or vitro. In experiments, high frequency perturbations are used to obtain a measurement of stiffness. In this paper a simulation study is presented concerning the correlation between the number of attached cross-bridges and high-frequency stiffness. A model based on the sliding-filament theory was used for the simulation of dynamic contractions. It is concluded that these two methods of muscle stiffness determination do not yield compatible results during lengthening

AB - Muscle stiffness is an important property for movement control. Stiffness is a measure for the resistance against mechanical disturbances in muscular-skeletal systems. In general muscle stiffness is assumed to depend on the number of attached cross-bridges. It is not possible to measure this number in vivo or vitro. In experiments, high frequency perturbations are used to obtain a measurement of stiffness. In this paper a simulation study is presented concerning the correlation between the number of attached cross-bridges and high-frequency stiffness. A model based on the sliding-filament theory was used for the simulation of dynamic contractions. It is concluded that these two methods of muscle stiffness determination do not yield compatible results during lengthening

KW - METIS-145274

KW - IR-32998

U2 - 10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866

DO - 10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866

M3 - Conference contribution

SN - CD-ROM 90-90100

SP - -

BT - Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference

PB - IEEE

CY - Amnsterdam

ER -

van der Linden BJJJ, Koopman HFJM, Huijing PAJBM, Grootenboer HJ. Is High-frequency stiffness a measure for the number of attached cross-bridges? In Proceedings 1996 IEEE/EMBS 18th Annual International Conference. Amnsterdam: IEEE. 1996. p. - https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.1996.651866