Clones of human satellite cells can express in vitro both fast and slow myosin heavy chains.

@article{Edom1994ClonesOH,
  title={Clones of human satellite cells can express in vitro both fast and slow myosin heavy chains.},
  author={F. Edom and Vincent Mouly and Jacques Patrick Barbet and Marc Y Fiszman and Gillian Butler-Browne},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={164 1},
  pages={
          219-29
        }
}
In order to test the diversification among satellite cells in man, satellite cells were isolated from human quadriceps and masseter muscles. The growth kinetics and morphological features of these cells were determined in vitro and the expression of the different myosin heavy (embryonic, fetal, fast, and slow) and light chain isoforms was analyzed. In all satellite cell cultures, only the four fast-type light chains (MLC1emb, MLC1F, MLC2F, and MLC3F) were synthesized and no slow myosin light… CONTINUE READING
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