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Hepatocyte growth factor regulates myogenesis of mouse and human skeletal myoblasts.
Satellite cells are quiescent skeletal muscle specific stem cells that are activated in response to injury to aid in muscle repair and regeneration. The interaction of hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) with these cells is ...
Expression profile of Wnt isoforms during differentiation of aging C2C12 myoblast cells.
Satellite cells are known as the definitive muscle stem cells and are responsible for skeletal muscle maintenance and repair. The capacity of these satellite cells to participate in myogenesis decreases with age and as ...
The effect of Wnt isoforms on myogenesis.
Satellite cells are muscle stem cells that are responsible for the growth and repair of skeletal muscle tissue. Satellite cells typically exist in a quiescent state in their niche between the sarcolemma and basal lamina. ...
The extracellular matrix regulates myoblast migration during wound healing.
Mammalian skeletal muscle can regenerate after injury and this response is primarily mediated by the satellite cell, a muscle stem cell. Following injury, satellite cells are activated to myoblasts, undergo rapid ...