cardiac muscle

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cardiac muscle

[′kärd·ē‚ak ¦məs·əl]
(histology)
The principal tissue of the vertebrate heart; composed of a syncytium of striated muscle fibers.
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The purpose of the scientific research project utilizing CDI's iCell Cardiomyocytes in space is to validate the function of NASA's new bioculture system for automated cell culture on the ISS and to study human cardiac cell function in microgravity.
Two-way ANOVA was used to analyze the time-dependent proteolysis in C2C12 and cardiomyocytes.
Though the reasons cardiomyocytes don't regenerate aren't fully understood, the researchers used microRNAs that target signaling pathways related to cell proliferation, and were able to inhibit some of the inherent "stop" signals that keep cardiomyocytes from replicating.
DNA replication study with evidence of cytokinesis in cardiomyocytes is actively sought as a test of proliferation and regeneration.
Cytiva cardiomyocytes joins the first Ascendance stem cell-derived product, VascuNet, which is used for analysing the capability of cancer drug candidates to inhibit the formation of blood vessels (angiogenesis) as well as being evaluated as a tool for understanding the toxicologic effects of drug candidates on the cells lining the walls of blood vessels (endothelial cells).
The robotic stingray, containing roughly 200,000 cardiomyocytes, is 16 millimeters long and weighs just 10 grams.
Accordingly, the crosstalk between necroptosis, ER stress, and AKT/mTOR signaling pathway in cardiomyocytes with PA treatment was also investigated.
Side effects can damage structure and survival of cardiomyocytes and promote myocardial infarction and stroke as is the case with the anti-inflammatory drug, Vioxx, and many anticancer drugs, such as doxorubicin [12,13].
The manifestation of nNOS in cardiomyocytes and its physiological role are still being researched.
Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to elucidate whether an aqueous extract of fermented rooibos could protect cardiomyocytes isolated from diabetic rats against experimentally induced oxidative stress and ischemia.
Human adipose-derived stem cells can be reprogrammed to cardiomyocytes by lipofection-mediated transfection with the cell extract from neonatal rat cardiomyocytes.