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IP3 receptors and Ca2+ signals in adult skeletal muscle satellite cells in situ
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2004)
Morphological aspects of muscle regeneration in the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)
The aim of our study was to analyze the morphological events in the skeletal muscle of the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) after a traumatic lesion. Thirty-two fish were used, on which a small longitudinal incision ...
Activated satellite cells in medial rectus muscles of patients with strabismus
(ASSOC RESEARCH VISION OPHTHALMOLOGY INC, 2008)
PURPOSE. The goal of this study was to determine whether the medial rectus muscles of patients with a history of medial rectus underaction or overaction show alterations in the process of satellite cell activation when ...
Receptors and Ca2+ signals in adult skeletal muscle satellite cells in situ
(SOCIEDAD BIOLOGIA CHILE, 2004)
In this short article we review muscle satellite cell characteristics and our studies in adult rodent muscle satellite cells in situ. Using confocal laser scanning microscopy and immunocytochemistry, a high level of IP3 ...
Morphological changes in murine skeletal muscle in response to exercise and mesterolone
(Oxford Univ PressOxfordInglaterra, 2010)
Effects of growth hormone on cardiac remodeling and soleus muscle in rats with aortic stenosis-induced heart failure
Background: Skeletal muscle wasting is often observed in heart failure (HF). The growth hormone (GH)/insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) axis is impaired in HF. In this study, we evaluated the effects of GH on soleus ...
Muscle regeneration in dystrophic mdx mice is enhanced by isosorbide dinitrate
(Elsevier Ireland LtdClareIrlanda, 2005)
17-betaEstradiol and testosterone in sarcopenia: Role of satellite cells
(Elsevier Ireland, 2015-08)
The loss of muscle mass and strength with aging, referred to as sarcopenia, is a prevalent condition among the elderly. Although the molecular mechanisms underlying sarcopenia are unclear, evidence suggests that an age-related ...
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) (660 nm) alters gene expression during muscle healing in rats
(Elsevier Science SaLausanneSuíça, 2013)