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my·o·blast

 (mī′ō-blăst′)
n.
An undifferentiated cell in the mesoderm of the vertebrate embryo that is a precursor of a muscle cell.
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myoblast

(ˈmaɪəʊˌblɑːst)
n
(Physiology) an undifferentiated stem cell from which muscle tissue develops
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They cover induced pluripotent stem-cell-derived cardiomyocytes (iPSC-CMs) as a novel diagnostic platform; preclinical large-animal models of cardiovascular regeneration; cell-free therapy with stem cell secretions: protection, repair, and regeneration of the injured myocardium; myoblasts as treatment for hereditary muscular dystrophies, cardiomyopathies, type 2 diabetes, solid tumors, and aging; stem cells in ophthalmology; stem cells for ocular therapies; cell therapy for liver regeneration; patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells for cardiac disease modeling; and the role of stem cells in evolution: a hypothesis.
In about fifth week of intrauterine life, the pectoral musculature is derived from the ventral limb bud masses from the myoblasts. These myoblasts eventually migrate out of the last five cervical and the first thoracic myotomes into the developing limb buds.
Nerve cells (motoneurons) and skeletal muscle cells (myoblasts) cultivated from human stem cells are plated on opposite sides of the membrane, creating a barrier that provides electrical and chemical isolation.
In their previous work, the researchers started with small samples of human cells obtained from muscle biopsies, called myoblasts, that had already progressed beyond the stem cell stage but hadn't yet become mature muscle fibers.
The terminal differentiation of progenitors and myoblasts initiates when myogenic progenitors in the dermomyotome stop dividing and exit the undifferentiated stage (Figure 1).
transfected STIM1-YFP constructs into C2C12 myoblasts harboring various STIM1 mutations identified in their TAM patients.
Myoblasts were differentiated by shifting medium to DMEM containing 2% horse serum.
Pre-clinical in vitro experiments using gymnotic delivery (free uptake) of WVE-210201 in DMD patient-derived myoblasts demonstrated efficient exon 51 skipping and dystrophin protein restoration.
It has been reported that IL-17 can induce the production of cell adhesion molecules and cytokine/chemokine by human myoblasts or muscle tissues such as IL-6.[sup][14] It also can inhibit the migration and myogenic differentiation of myoblast,[sup][25] which means that IL-17 can directly act on the muscle cells.
Granular cell tumor (GCT) is a soft tissue neoplasm originally believed to arise from muscle cell precursors (myoblasts) but currently the cell of origin is recognized to be Schawnn cells.
(20,21) Classically, multipotent mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) isolated from bone marrow stroma and skeletal muscle-derived cells (including myoblasts, muscle-derived stem cells [MDSCs], and fibroblasts) were the most investigated for their therapeutic application in SUI.