muscle fiber

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muscle fiber

[′məs·əl ‚fī·bər]
(histology)
The contractile cell or unit of which muscle is composed.
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Evidence that human cardiac myocytes divide after myocardial infarction.
SOD activity in myocytes was determined using a Superoxide Dismutase Assay Kit (Trevigen, USA), according to manufacturer's instructions.
For instance, the myocytes isolated often show impaired force development, prolonged action potentials, and slow relaxation.
2+]/calcineurin/NFAT cascade in atrial myocytes, leading to cyclooxygenase type 2 (COX-2) induction and increased release of inflammatory mediators (Corral et al.
current in isolated myocytes partially through the downregulation of SCN5A transcription [35].
Qu, "Complex darly and delayed afterdepolarization dynamics caused by voltage-calcium coupling in cardiac myocytes," Biophysical Journal, vol.
The researchers performed back-to-back studies to evaluate the short-term effects of BPA and BPS on adult rat whole-heart preparations and ventricular myocytes.
LPS can stimulate cardiac myocytes to release TNF-alpha and nitric oxide to induce apoptosis via an autocrine manner, but this level of damage occurs in the microgram/ml range.
Hypotheses have been proposed for the pathogenesis of HCM and include suggestions that causal DNA mutations give rise to structural alterations in proteins that cause various stresses on cardiac myocytes.
Therefore, the study of cardiac myocytes, differentiation, development, and maturation in buffalo is very important to know the mechanism of fundamental development, congenital malformation, and inability of mature heart to regenerate.
We plan to compare the effect of DOX and analogs on topo2[alpha]- and 2[beta]-induced decatenation in vitro and also on topo2[alpha] and 2[beta] activity and downstream toxicity including apoptosis in H9c2 cardiac myocytes.