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Keywords: Myosin heavy chain
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Cells Tissues Organs (2013) 198 (3): 227–236.
Published Online: 02 November 2013
... fibers in maturing muscles represent transitional fiber types, while others are phenotypically stable. Moreover, the fate of transitional fibers may be distinct among similar fiber types within different muscles. Skeletal muscle Fiber type Hybrid fibers Myosin heavy chain Muscle development...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2008) 187 (4): 307–315.
Published Online: 18 December 2007
..., juvenile and adult) were examined for their phenotype (myosin heavy chain content) and their daily activity (total daily number of activity bursts). Results: During development, the masseter showed a strong increase in the number of fast-type fibers compared to the number of slow-type fibers. During...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2003) 173 (3): 162–171.
Published Online: 07 April 2003
.... Muscle weight, maximum twitch and tetanic (Po) tensions, and maximum rates of shortening (Vmax) were similar across groups. The soleus of hypothyroid cats was more fatigable than normal. The myosin heavy chain (MHC) composition, based on gel electrophoresis, was unaffected by thyroid hormone manipulation...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2001) 169 (3): 210–217.
Published Online: 29 June 2001
...Michael Reader; Gail Schwartz; Arthur W. English In order to evaluate whether testosterone is responsible for inducing long-lasting sex differences in myosin heavy chain gene expression in the rabbit masseter muscle, we castrated young adult animals and administered supra-physiologic doses...
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Cells Tissues Organs (1999) 165 (1): 10–15.
Published Online: 17 August 1999
...Scott D. Shoemaker; Allen F. Ryan; Richard L. Lieber mRNAs encoding four myosin heavy chain (MHC) isoforms were localized in rat skeletal muscle fibers by in situ hybridization. The ratio of MHC transcript signal in the fiber core compared to the fiber periphery was quantified using image analysis...
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