Gary P Radice

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Vertebrate skeletal muscles contain a family of myosin heavy chain (MyHC) proteins whose expression varies with clonal origin, developmental age, hormonal state, and innervation patterns. The number of MyHC genes and their regulation have been intensely studied in mammals and birds. However, Comparatively little is known about MyHC expression in other(More)
In amphibians, the composition and pattern of expression of the myosin heavy chain (myHC) gene family are mostly unknown. To understand better the regulation of this complex family, we screened cDNA libraries from swimming tadpole and adult leg muscle RNA and have isolated and partially sequenced clones for several myHCs. Two of these, E3 and E19, first(More)
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