There is selective accumulation of a growth factor in chicken skeletal muscle. II. Transferrin accumulation in dystrophic fast muscle.

Abstract

Transferrin or a transferrin-like protein, with ability to stimulate myogenesis and terminal differentiation in vitro, is found in fast chicken muscle during embryonic development. After hatching, however, transferrin is no longer accumulated or is only weakly accumulated by fast muscles like the pectoralis major and the posterior latissimus dorsi but… (More)

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