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very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold

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For skeletal muscle biopsy collection, local anesthesia was given in the gluteus medius, and a biopsy collection syringe was used to get muscle samples before and after the exercise.
In addition, it has been reported that apocynin decreases the skeletal muscle wasting by decreasing the ROS levels.
By making skeletal muscles less energy efficient, they burn more calories, even while doing normal daily activities," said Leonid Zingman from the University of Iowa and coauthor.
After the graft was implanted onto the surface of the skeletal muscle underneath the skin of the mouse, mature muscle fibres formed a complete and functional muscle within several weeks.
These "fuel cells" are dysfunctional as a result of both type 2 diabetes and heart failure, leading to abnormalities in skeletal muscle.
This book is a comprehensive and up-to date resource for therapists wishing to understand the implications of injury, disuse and rehabilitation upon skeletal muscle.
Bone sample analysis revealed fluoride at a greatly elevated 15,144 mg/kg bone ash, above the level the National Research Council reports is indicative of stage III crippling skeletal fluorosis.
The FAP was established to provide both laboratory analysis and field assistance for cases involving skeletal remains.
Skeletal muscle weakness is a common finding in patients with chronic heart failure (CHF).
Hand wrist radiographs have used for calculation as skeletal age for many years.
Partial multiphase skeletal scintigraphy and single-photon emission CT of the cranium showed increased bone metabolism in the area of the right frontal bone.
The continual onslaught of marketing skeletal images of emaciated women as beautiful or glamorous is far more damaging to women (including lesbians) than any amount of bisexual characters could ever be.
A larger heart] has the capability of pumping out more blood to the skeletal muscles," says Erickson.
Transplantation of skeletal muscle cells into myocardium scarred by MI was found to be safe and technically feasible in a study of 30 patients followed for 2 years, according to Nabil Dib, M.