Lastly, it should be noted that the shifts in heart rate and stroke volume could coincide with the pacemaker of the heart switching from a myogenic
to a neurogenic mechanism of cardiac regulation (Yamagishi, 1990; Yamagishi and Hirose, 1992; Chapman and Reiber, 1998; Harper and Reiber, 2000).
1991) Recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 stimulates osteoblastic maturation and inhibits myogenic
differentiation in vitro.
There are two mechanisms believed to be involved in this autoregulatory phenomena: the myogenic
and the tubuloglomerular feedback (TGF) mechanisms.
Cellular mechanisms involved in the vascular myogenic
Potential of Human and Mouse Neural Stem Cells, 3 NATURE NEUROSCI.
Macrophage-secreted factors enhance the in vitro expansion of DMD muscle precursor cells while preserving their myogenic
The composition of the myogenic
differentiation medium used in this experiment is shown in [Table 1].
These cells are located between muscle fibers and exist as a heterogeneous population that need to "self-renew" to maintain the stem cell population, as well as differentiate into myogenic
cells that proliferate, differentiate, and fuse to create new muscle fibers.
Cumate-induced MyoD gene expression and qRT-PCR of myogenic
It can also be classified on the basis of etiology into various groups such as myogenic
, mechanical, neurogenic, aponeurotic and traumatic.
The mechanisms by which Cr affects the growth and differentiation of myogenic
cells are complex and probably not yet completely understood .