Mingsen Li

Delin Mo2
Yaosheng Chen2
Shuihua Xie1
2Delin Mo
2Yaosheng Chen
1Shuihua Xie
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  • Moris Topaz, Narin Nard Carmel, Guy Topaz, Mingsen Li, Yong Zhong Li, Robert Gaines.
  • 2014
Stress-relaxation is a well-established mechanism for laboratory skin stretching, with limited clinical application in conventional suturing techniques due to the inherent, concomitant induction of ischemia, necrosis and subsequent suture failure. Skin defects that cannot be primarily closed are a common difficulty during reconstructive surgery. The(More)
CEP2 (CDC42EP2) is a member of the CDC42 subfamily that belongs to the Rho family. The Rho family plays an important role in a variety of cellular processes including skeletal myogenesis. Here, we find the expression of CEP2 increased significantly during C2C12 myogenesis. Overexpression of CEP2 could attenuate myoblast differentiation, while knockdown of(More)
The investigation of skeletal muscle development is of importance in stock farming and biomedicine. It is still ambiguous that whether animals are born with the full set of skeletal muscle fibers or if the number of myofibers continues to increase postnatally. Here, an inducible lineage-tracing system was employed to monitor the changes of myofiber number(More)
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