Plectin 1f scaffolding at the sarcolemma
of dystrophic (mdx) muscle fibers through multiple interactions with beta-dystroglycan.
channels (located in the mitochondria of cardiomyocytes, or in sarcolemma
of cardiac neurons and endothelial cells).
Several NOX isoforms are expressed in striated muscle and located within the sarcoplasmic reticulum, the sarcolemma
, and the transverse tubules [34, 35].
Histopathological investigation showed muscle damage such as separations between the myofibrils, increased connective tissue between the muscle fibers, loss of striations and the circular formation of the nuclei that were transferred to the centrum beneath the sarcolemma
(16) to be highest in the next day following the exhausting exercise, both in the T group and more prominently in the UT group (Figure 3).
Multiplicity of kappa opioid receptor binding in the rat cardiac sarcolemma
9) The hyperosmolarity associated with HHS is thought to reduce the integrity of the sarcolemma
leading to the loss of ionic gradients across the cell membrane.
channels within the sarcolemma
of fast-twitch muscle fibers, compared with slow-twitch muscle fibers, the generation of higher frequency action potentials, and hence EMG signals, from fast-twitch muscle fibers, the significant relation between the EMG median frequency and muscle fiber conduction velocity and the progressive recruitment of fast-twitch muscle fibers at higher contraction intensities [8,16-18].
This procedure can be applicable on muscle tissues that need to be studied for enzymes and IHC to know the status of sarcolemma
Muscle cells use the root "sarco" to make sarcolemma
, sarcoplasm, sarcoplasmic reticulum, and the sarcomere, just like Batman has the batcave, the batmobile, and the batcopter.
129) Normal muscle contraction and relaxation are energy-dependent processes that require the activities of a sodium-potassium ATPase on the sarcolemma
(a calcium-dependent ATPase in the sarcoplasmic reticulum) and a magnesium-dependent ATPase in the sarcoplasm.
Insulin activates the phosphoinositol-3-kinase (PI3K) pathway that causes skeletal muscle's glucose transport protein (GLUT4) to translocate to the sarcolemma
and, therefore, permits glucose to enter the cell.
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