Musculoskeletal Geometry, Muscle Architecture and Functional Specialisations of the Mouse Hindlimb

@inproceedings{Charles2016MusculoskeletalGM,
  title={Musculoskeletal Geometry, Muscle Architecture and Functional Specialisations of the Mouse Hindlimb},
  author={James Philippe Charles and Ornella Cappellari and Andrew J. Spence and John R Hutchinson and Dominic J Wells},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
Mice are one of the most commonly used laboratory animals, with an extensive array of disease models in existence, including for many neuromuscular diseases. The hindlimb is of particular interest due to several close muscle analogues/homologues to humans and other species. A detailed anatomical study describing the adult morphology is lacking, however… CONTINUE READING
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