skeletal muscle

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skeletal muscle

[′skel·əd·əl ‚məs·əl]
(anatomy)
A striated, voluntary muscle attached to a bone and concerned with body movements.
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2]-AR mRNA significantly increased in skeletal muscle tissue (data not shown).
The method is both simple and relatively quick, which could lead to doctors and scientists having the ability to create the normal aligned architecture of skeletal muscle tissue.
insulin sensitivity or GLUT4 content) are defective in skeletal muscle tissue from pigs.
MicroRNAs expressed in the porcine fetal skeletal muscle tissue
This new application of the INVOS technology is intended as an adjunct trend monitor of hemoglobin oxygen saturation of blood in skeletal muscle tissue beneath the sensor in infants, children and adults at risk of reduced- flow or no-flow ischemic states in critical care settings.
RT-PCR analysis using oligonucleotide primers specific for the cardiac and skeletal muscle isoforms of troponin T and I showed the respective isoform-specific amplification products in both cardiac and skeletal muscle tissue.
Since satellite cells can be harvested from adult muscle and grown in vitro, skeletal muscle tissue engineering relies on regenerative properties of these cells and their proliferative potential.
Patent and Trademark Office has taken positive action on three patents directed to its Myostatin(TM) technology, a potent and highly specific regulator of skeletal muscle tissue.
RT-PCR analysis using oligonucleotide primers specific for the cardiac and skeletal muscle isoform of troponin T showed the respective isoform-specific amplification products of reverse-transcribed and PCR-amplified RNA in both cardiac and skeletal muscle tissue.
Bioenergy is pleased to play a major role in providing key technologies and solutions that aid in rapidly improving energy levels in heart and skeletal muscle tissue," said Clarence A.
Cardiac troponin I is not expressed in fetal and healthy or diseased adult human skeletal muscle tissue.
However, the photomicrograph represents only about 1% of the whole cross section of the biopsy specimen, and the remaining skeletal muscle tissue of this specimen did not contain cTnT either.