Paul-André Daussin

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Skeletal muscle demonstrates a force deficit after repair of injured peripheral nerves. We tested the hypothesis that transplantation of satellite cells into reinnervated rabbit tibialis anterior (TA) muscles improves their properties. Adult rabbits underwent transection and immediate suture of the common peroneal nerve. In order to provide an environment(More)
The regenerating skeletal muscle environment is capable of inducing uncommitted progenitors to terminally differentiate. The aim of this work was to determine whether adipose tissue-derived stromal cells were able to participate in muscle regeneration and to characterize the effect on muscle mass and functional capacities after transplantation of these(More)
Skeletal muscle demonstrates a force deficit after repair of injured peripheral nerves. Data from the literature indicate that myoblast transfer enhances recovery of muscle function. Thus, we tested the hypothesis that transfer of adult myoblasts improves the properties of reinnervated rabbit tibialis anterior (TA) muscles in both the short term (4 months)(More)
Changes in morphology, metabolism, myosin heavy chain gene expression, and functional performances in damaged rabbit muscles with or without transplantation of primary satellite cells were investigated. For this purpose, we damaged bilaterally the fast muscle tibialis anterior (TA) with either 1.5 or 2.6 ml cardiotoxin 10(-5) M injections. Primary cultures(More)
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