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Human Embryology and Developmental Biology
Human embryology and developmental biology , Human embryology and developmental biology , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
Principles of Regenerative Biology
An Introduction to Regeneration Origins of Cells in Regenerating Systems Epithelialization Role of the Substrate in Regeneration Tissue Interactions in Regeneration Role of the Nerve in RegenerationExpand
The regeneration of skeletal muscle fibers following injury: a review.
The regeneration of skeletal muscle is compared structurally and functionally with its embryonic development and the free muscle graft is used as a model to illustrate the integration of regenerating muscle with the rest of the body. Expand
A staging system for forelimb regeneration in the axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum
Serial histological sections of 38 regenerating limbs were used to correlate gross stages with microscopic events in the regenerative process. Expand
Muscle transplantation between young and old rats: age of host determines recovery.
It is concluded that chronological age alone is not a factor that limits the intrinsic ability of a muscle to regenerate and that the poor regeneration of muscles in old animals is a function of the environment for regeneration provided by the old host. Expand
Adaptation of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, myogenin, and MRF4 gene expression to long-term muscle denervation
It is discovered that the denervation- induced increases in alpha, beta, gamma, and delta subunit gene expression do not persist in muscles that have been denervated for periods extending beyond a couple of months, however, expression of RNA encoding the epsilon-subunit remains elevated suggesting a return to expression of predominantly adult-type nAChR in long-term denervate muscles. Expand
Cell death in denervated skeletal muscle is distinct from classical apoptosis
Investigation of cell death and its mechanism in rat skeletal muscle undergoing post‐denervation atrophy indicates that apoptosis appears to be represented by a number of distinct isotypes in animals belonging to different taxonomic groups and in different cell lineages of the same organism. Expand
Myotoxicity of Local Anesthetics and Regeneration of the Damaged Muscle Fibers
With all anesthetics, the initial damage to and breakdown of muscle fibers was restored by regeneration and 30-day muscles showed relatively few long-term effects of the damage. Expand
Interrelations of myogenic response, progressive atrophy of muscle fibers, and cell death in denervated skeletal muscle
Investigation of the interrelations between temporal and spatial patterns of the myogenic response in denervated muscle and progressive atrophy of muscle fibers found that the reactivation of myogenesis in the tibialis anterior and extensor digitorum longus muscles of the rat starts before atrophy has attained advanced level, long before dead cells are found in the tissue. Expand
Human Embryology and Developmental Biology, 5th Edition
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