Activated satellite cells in extraocular muscles of normal adult monkeys and humans.

@article{McLoon2003ActivatedSC,
  title={Activated satellite cells in extraocular muscles of normal adult monkeys and humans.},
  author={Linda K McLoon and Jonathan D. Wirtschafter},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2003},
  volume={44 5},
  pages={1927-32}
}
PURPOSE Mammalian extraocular muscles (EOMs) are both physiologically and biochemically unique when compared with nonocular skeletal muscles. Recent studies have demonstrated a process of continuous myonuclear addition in normal uninjured myofibers in adult EOMs of rabbits and mice. The current study was conducted to determine whether this process of myonuclear addition is a universal phenomenon in mammalian EOMs. METHODS The EOMs from adult uninjured monkeys and humans were examined… CONTINUE READING

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