Ethanol inhibits skeletal muscle cell proliferation and delays its differentiation in cell culture.

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Chronic ingestion of ethanol (EtOH) produces physiological and morphological alterations in skeletal muscle. The effects of EtOH on skeletal muscle have been studied in experimental animals or on biopsies from alcoholic patients. However, alterations in skeletal muscle from alcoholic patients could be secondary to the effects of EtOH on the nervous system… (More)

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@article{Garriga2000EthanolIS, title={Ethanol inhibits skeletal muscle cell proliferation and delays its differentiation in cell culture.}, author={Jaume Garriga and Ester Adanero and Joaqu{\'i}n Fern{\'a}ndez-Sol{\'a} and Alvaro Urbano-M{\'a}rquez and Roser Cuss{\'o}}, journal={Alcohol and alcoholism}, year={2000}, volume={35 3}, pages={236-41} }