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Zac1/GPR39 phosphorylating CaMK-II contributes to the distinct roles of Pax3 and Pax7 in myogenic progression.
Both Pax3 and Pax7 can activate a large panel of genes involved in muscle stem cell function. Despite a significant overlap in their transcriptional network, functional difference between them isExpand
Poly(C)-binding protein 1 (Pcbp1) regulates skeletal muscle differentiation by modulating microRNA processing in myoblasts
Regulation of gene expression during muscle development and disease remains incompletely understood. microRNAs are a class of small non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression and functionExpand
PAX3+ skeletal muscle satellite cells retain long‐term self‐renewal and proliferation
Introduction: Different populations of satellite cells (SCs) have been identified, but their functional difference remains unclear. Methods: We used cell‐surface markers and paired box transcriptionExpand
Regulation of myonuclear positioning and muscle function by the skeletal muscle-specific CIP protein
Significance The arrangement of nuclei in myofibers, which are multinucleated skeletal muscle cells, is essential for their proper function. Abnormal nuclear positioning in myofibers is a commonExpand