Early stages of myogenesis in a large mammal: Formation of successive generations of myotubes in sheep tibialis cranialis muscle

@article{Wilson1992EarlySO,
  title={Early stages of myogenesis in a large mammal: Formation of successive generations of myotubes in sheep tibialis cranialis muscle},
  author={Suzanne J Wilson and John C. McEwan and Philip W. Sheard and Andy J. K. Harris},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility},
  year={1992},
  volume={13},
  pages={534-550}
}
SummaryThe generation of myotubes was studied in the tibialis cranialis muscle in the sheep hindlimb from the earliest stage of primary myotube formation until a stage shortly before muscle fascicles began to segregate. Primary myotubes were first seen on embryonic day 32 (E32) and reached their maximum number by E38. Small numbers of secondary myotubes were first identified at E38, and secondary myotube numbers continued to increase during the period of study. The ratio of adult muscle fibre… CONTINUE READING
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