SERUM CYTOKINES INDUCED BY PERFORMANCE OF REPETITIVE TASKS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO SICKNESS RESPONSES

Work-related repetitive strain injury (RSI), one of the work-related musculoskeletal disorders, is the most commonly reported occupational illness, yet the pathophysiological mechanisms are not yet clear. Using our unique RSI animal model, pathophysiological tissue responses can be examined simultaneously with behavioral responses that serve as indicators of sensorimotor function. Studies in humans and with this animal model have shown that prolonged performance of repetitive tasks leads to declines in grip strength and increased of serum...
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