Bioengineered human myobundles mimic clinical responses of skeletal muscle to drugs.
human skeletal muscle
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Landstrom, AP; Beavers, DL; Wehrens, XHT (Trends in molecular medicine, 2014-06)Excitable tissues rely on junctional membrane complexes to couple cell surface signals to intracellular channels. The junctophilins have emerged as a family of proteins critical in coordinating the maturation and maintenance ...
Magnitude of spinal muscle damage is not statistically associated with exercise-induced low back pain intensity. Bishop, Mark D; Horn, Maggie E; Lott, Donovan J; Arpan, Ishu; George, Steven Z (Spine J, 2011-12)BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Findings on imaging of noncontractile anatomic abnormalities and the intensity of low back pain have weak associations because of false-positive rates among asymptomatic individuals. This association ...
Dysferlin, annexin A1, and mitsugumin 53 are upregulated in muscular dystrophy and localize to longitudinal tubules of the T-system with stretch. Waddell, LB; Lemckert, FA; Zheng, XF; Tran, J; Evesson, FJ; Hawkes, JM; Lek, A; ... (16 authors) (Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology, 2011-04)Mutations in dysferlin cause an inherited muscular dystrophy because of defective membrane repair. Three interacting partners of dysferlin are also implicated in membrane resealing: caveolin-3 (in limb girdle muscular dystrophy ...