myocyte


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my·o·cyte

(mī'ō-sīt),
A muscle cell.
[myo- + G. kytos, cell]

myocyte

(mī′ə-sīt′)
n.
A muscle cell.

my·o·cyte

(mī'ō-sīt)
A muscle cell.
[myo- + G. kytos, cell]
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Haematopoietic stem cells do not transdifferentiate into cardiac myocytes in myocardial infarcts.
A, Myocyte apoptosis in the left ventricle (detected by hairpin 1); B, myocyte necrosis in the left ventricle (detected by hairpin 1 and hairpin 2); C, proliferation of myocytes in the left ventricle.
To further understand the effect of BZA on hypertrophy, NRVMs were subjected to PE to induce hypertrophy of myocytes in vitro (Figure 5).
Ultrastructural Changes in Cardiac Myocytes in a Rat Model of Cardiac Hypertrophy Induced by TAC.
(24,30) Masson elastic trichrome or Movat pentachrome stains are generally recommended to highlight interstitial fibrosis, myocyte disarray, and necrosis.
The recurrent activation of TLR-4 is damaging to cardiovascular health and produces fibrosis of the myocyte.
Towards the epicardium, the myocytes formed a dense layer which was highly trabeculated in the lumen side (Figure 8).
Troponin T (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc., USA) and GATA4 antibodies (Millipore, USA) were used as cardiogenic markers, whereas myogenin (Millipore) and MyoD antibodies (Millipore) were used as myocyte markers.
Considering hypertrophy of cell breadth, the author advocated that the largest myocytes desist to grow, or may fall away by apoptosis or necrosis, or even subject to longitudinal splitting, after spanning up to a fence to what is biologically possible.
In the present study, we aimed to investigate the function of miR-24 in cardiac hypertrophy by establishing a transverse aortic constriction (TAC) rat model, and miR-24 overexpressing in neonatal rat cardiac myocytes (NRCMs).
Sham-operated treated rats atrial myocyte showing dense cytoplasm filled with very dense electron granules, with sparsely granular and homogeneous content called atrionatriuretic factor (ANF) granules (arrows).