Here's the study, I uploaded the full text for those interested.I would say so compared to most of the crap out there.
I do not have the studies to post because they are in PDA format, and I don't have time to search through pub-med in hopes of finding the same ones. But, I will give some of the info that I gave my presentation on:
On top of what IS has posted below, I found a study that showed Creatine supplementation results in significantly greater increases in type I and II myosin heavy chain (MHC) mRNA abundance and protein content after 12 weeks of resistance training, this suggests that an increase in MHC synthesis may account in part for the greater increase in muscle size. The apparent creatine-induced increase in MHC gene expression has been postulated to be mediated by Myogenic Regulatory Factors (MRFs) (MRFs are transcription factors that regulate myogenesis which is formation of muscular tissue). The study showed that the increase in muscle hypertrophy after disuse atrophy with creatine is directly related to protein expression of MRF4. Creatine and resistance training influence expression of certain MRFs that possibly upregulate muscle MHC and creatine kinase, which in turn could explain greater increases in muscle size and strength.