muscle cell


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'We found that moderate exercise cancelled out the changes in muscle cells caused by statins.
Producing arteries in the lab requires two essential cell types: endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells.
Horse muscle cells were re-suspended in the medium one day before [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] (Junsei, Japan) treatment, at a density of 2x[10.sup.5] cells per well in 24-well culture plates.
Skeletal muscle cells were seeded into 96-well plates at a density of 2 x 103 per well, with three replicate wells per group.
Researchers at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center at UCLA used the natural human development process as a guide, the researchers developed ways to mature muscle cells in the laboratory to create muscle fibers that restore dystrophin, the protein that is missing in the muscles of boys with Duchenne.
Rat L6 skeletal muscle cells (in 25 c[m.sup.2] flasks) were scraped in 2 mL of ice cold TRIzol (Applied Biosystems, USA) and RNA was then isolated according to the manufacturer's instructions.
"For more than 100 years," Kuhn says, "people have been debating whether human heart muscle cells are generated after birth or whether they simply grow larger."
Human urotensin ii-induced contraction and arterial smooth muscle cell proliferation are mediated by rhoa and rhokinase.
Immunocytochemistry of the muscle cell cytoskeleton.
The human cytomegalovirus chemokine receptor US28 mediates vascular smooth muscle cell migration.
Without this signal, muscle cell precursors can even be reprogrammed to undergo fat formation so that they turn into fat."
These elegant experiments performed by Whittaker provide rigorous support for Conklin's idea, published in 1905, that ascidian eggs contain muscle cell determinants.
The disease is characterized by an unusual type of muscle cell that invades the tissue of the lungs, including the airways, and blood and lymph vessels.
These cells lost the activity of typical muscle cell genes to various degrees, and instead expressed a gene called Sca1 that is best known to mark stem cells," added JEaA[sup.1]rgensen.
Steroids also increase the number of a muscle cell's nuclei, which may help rebuild mass long after the steroids are gone.