It may be suggested that myofibers
in group B couldn't preserve their orientation because of potential mechanisms underlying the statin induced myopathy.
With computational means to assess biomarkers, researchers can rapidly analyze hundreds to thousands of myofibers
across entire muscle sections, aiming for an objective assessment of the tissue.
In the past decades, these cells have been investigated for muscle tissue bioengineering approaches, allowing the growth of new myofibers
[2, 3, 32, 33].
Caption: Figure 2: Myofiber
types in the muscle of D-galactosamine-treated and D-galactosamine-untreated mice.
Mitochondria are accounted for more than 20% volume density in myofibers
, which play a critical role in muscle's functional properties [39-41].
are more genetically determined, therefore less affected from maternal environment (Maltin et al., 2001).
The central nucleus is an indicator of myofiber
regeneration (Charge and Rudnicki, 2004; Morioka et al., 2008; Matsuba et al., 2009; Tidball and WehlingHenricks, 2007).
Our preliminary studies indicated that electroacupuncture (EA) at the ST36 and Ashi acupoints could promote regeneration of the rabbit gastrocnemius (GM) by improving microcirculation perfusion, promoting the recovery of myofiber
structures, and inhibiting excessive fibrosis.
turnover is used to retrofit frog jaw muscles during metamorphosis.
(2006) Efficacy of 3 days/wkresistance training on myofiber
hypertrophy and myogenic mechanisms in young vs.
Tremblay, "Electroporation as a method to induce myofiber
regeneration and increase the engraftment of myogenic cells in skeletal muscles of primates", Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, vol.
M1/70 attenuates blood-borne neutrophil oxidants, activation, and myofiber
damage following stretch injury.