myogenic potential

my·o·gen·ic po·ten·tial

action potential of muscle.
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The increasing number of patient pool suffering from Meniere's disease is also likely to boost the demand for vestibular testing systems, such as of videonystagmography (VNG) systems, vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) system, rotary chair, and computerized dynamic posturography, are some major factors that are driving vestibular testing system market.
Vestibular evoked myogenic potential testing was normal [Figure 1]b.
The evaluation of the vestibular system was done prior to the deployment of bi-thermal caloric irrigation and the Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential (VEMP).
(14.) Welgampola MS, Myrie OA, Minor LB, Carey JR Vestibularevoked myogenic potential thresholds normalize on plugging superior canal dehiscence.
Objective: To investigate the correlation of ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potential (o-VEMP ) and video head impulse (v-HIT) test results with caloric test results in peripheral vestibular disorders, and to define an algorithm for investigating vestibular disorders.
Lee, "Assessment of the clinical utility of cervical and ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potential testing in elderly patients," Otology and Neurotology, vol.
Daubas et al., "Myogenic progenitor cells in the mouse embryo are marked by the expression of Pax3/7 genes that regulate their survival and myogenic potential," Anatomy and Embryology (Berlin), vol.
Diagnostic value of prolonged latencies in the vestibular evoked myogenic potential. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg.
When muscle progenitor cells (MPCs) were injected into the damaged tissue, MPCs rapidly lost their myogenic potential on in vitro expansion and displayed high mortality [43].
To verify myogenic potential, the other subsets of isolated cells were induced to differentiate by cultivation in DMEM supplemented with 2% of horse serum (HS) for 3 days.
Such findings may reflect the positive effects of laser irradiation on muscle regeneration, evidencing its myogenic potential and capacity to activate satellite and myogenic cells, culminating in better muscle fiber organization at the site of the injury.
Gritti, The Neural Stem Cells and Their Transdifferentiation Capacity, 55 BIOMEDICINE & PHARMACOTHERAPY 201, 203 (2001); see also Rosella Galli et al., Skeletal Myogenic Potential of Human and Mouse Neural Stem Cells, 3 NATURE NEUROSCI.