striated muscle

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Moreover, our results are the first to suggest such a role for an obliquely striated muscle.
Striated muscle generates reactive oxygen species (ROS) which acts which modulates a host of biochemical processes including glucose uptake, gene expression, calcium signaling, and contractility through the targeted modification of specific protein residues.
These emotions can subsequently produce autonomic nervous system effects manifesting as striated muscle tension, smooth muscle tension and cognitive-perceptual disruption.
Soon to follow would begin the slow buildup of a stomach paunch and the need for looser sized shoes as gravity yanked down hard on arches formerly held high by striated muscle tissue.
4) The tumour contains a portion that satisfies the histological criteria for GBM, and a mesenchymal component that may display a variety of morphologies with origins from fibroblastic, cartilaginous, osseous, smooth muscle, striated muscle or adipose cell lineage.
The rationales for placing ES and BFB in the same session is to perform the three consecutive steps in each session: (1) to provide the patient with feedback on what is being trained to achieve the therapeutic outcome, when the patient is not able to contract the external sphincter in isolation, (2) to increase the power and endurance of pelvic floor muscles and (3) stimulate the periurethral striated muscle for neuro-modulation that affects the neural signaling that controls continence (31).
In these extraocular locations, PEX material was primarily found in connective tissue portions of visceral organs, often in the periphery of blood vessels, and seemed to originate from connective tissue fibroblasts, smooth and striated muscle cells, and heart muscle cells.
A protein called striated muscle activator of Rho signaling (STARS) is a muscle-specific signaling molecule in both heart and skeletal muscle.
Faeces were voluminous and rancid and staining with new methylene blue revealed undigested striated muscle fibres microscopically (Fig.
Although RMS usually arises from striated muscle, it frequently originates from sites devoid of striated muscle such as the urinary bladder, prostate gland and gallbladder.
In the heterologous variant, mesenchymal elements are present, such as striated muscle, cartilage, bone and adipose tissue, not normally found at this site [6].