striated muscle


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striated muscle

[′strī‚ād·əd ′məs·əl]
(histology)
Muscle tissue consisting of muscle fibers having cross striations.
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Contractile properties of obliquely striated muscle from the mantle of squid (Alloteuthis subulata) and cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis).
1972) X-ray evidence for a conformational change in the actin-containing filaments of vertebrate striated muscle.
Striated muscle generates superoxide as the primary ROS.
4), decreased proteases activity (presence of striated muscle fibres and no digestion of x-ray film) and decreased amylase activity in faeces (Fig.
This striated muscle position hypothesis (McGuigan, 1993) holds that the critical controlling event for autonomic arousal is covert neuro-muscular activity, and that rapid striated muscular activity can "mediate and thereby control what has been called autonomic, cardiovascular, and electroencephalographic conditioning.
Mechanics and energetics of contraction in striated muscle of the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus.
Rhabdomyolysis is a rare muscle disease in which striated muscle fibers disintegrate, excreting myoglobin in the urine.
For instance, in the ear of the 3D body, surgeons can 'isolate' stapes, the smallest bone in the human body, and even stapedius, the smallest striated muscle measuring about one millimeter and view them from all directions.