Advanced maturation by electrical stimulation: Differences in response between C2C12 and primary muscle progenitor cells.

@article{Langelaan2011AdvancedMB,
  title={Advanced maturation by electrical stimulation: Differences in response between C2C12 and primary muscle progenitor cells.},
  author={Marloes L. P. Langelaan and Kristel J M Boonen and Kang Yuen Rosaria-Chak and Daisy W. J. van der Schaft and Mark J. Post and Frank T. P. Baaijens},
  journal={Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={529-39}
}
Skeletal muscle tissue engineering still does not result in the desired functional properties and texture as preferred for regenerative medicine and meat production applications. Electrical stimulation has been appropriately used as a tool to advance muscle cell maturation in vitro, thereby simulating nerve stimulation, as part of the muscle cell niche in vivo. We first investigated the effects of electrical stimulation protocols in two-dimensional (2D) monolayers of C2C12 and translated these… CONTINUE READING

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