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Journal: Development
Development (2022) 149 (21): dev200788.
Published: 25 October 2022
...Wei Zhang; Jiaojiao Yu; Guoquan Fu; Jianying Li; Huarong Huang; Jing Liu; Dongliang Yu; Mengsheng Qiu; Feixue Li ABSTRACT Migration of myoblasts derived from the occipital somites is essential for tongue morphogenesis. However, the molecular mechanisms of myoblast migration remain elusive...
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Journal: Development
Development (2012) 139 (4): 641–656.
Published: 15 February 2012
...Susan M. Abmayr; Grace K. Pavlath The fusion of myoblasts into multinucleate syncytia plays a fundamental role in muscle function, as it supports the formation of extended sarcomeric arrays, or myofibrils, within a large volume of cytoplasm. Principles learned from the study of myoblast fusion...
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Journal: Development
Development (2012) 139 (2): 277–287.
Published: 15 January 2012
...Laurent Yvernogeau; Gwenola Auda-Boucher; Josiane Fontaine-Perus We have combined the use of mouse genetic strains and the mouse-into-chicken chimera system to determine precisely the sequence of forelimb colonization by presomitic mesoderm (PSM)-derived myoblasts and angioblasts, and the possible...
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Journal: Development
Development (2005) 132 (24): 5565–5575.
Published: 15 December 2005
..., singly nucleated myoblasts fuse to each other to form myotubes. In muscle growth, singly nucleated myoblasts can also fuse to existing large,syncytial myofibers as a mechanism of increasing muscle mass without increasing myofiber number. Myoblast fusion requires the alignment and fusion of two apposed...
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Journal: Development
Development (2004) 131 (21): 5381–5392.
Published: 1 November 2004
..., the effects of egl-15(neu * ) on sex muscle differentiation are an accurate reflection of a normal role of FGF signaling during vertebrate myogenesis. In cell culture, activation of the FGF receptor inhibits myoblast differentiation( Clegg et al., 1987 ; Spizz et al., 1986 ; Templeton and Hauschka, 1992...
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Journal: Development
Development (2001) 128 (21): 4265–4276.
Published: 1 November 2001
... is expressed by fusion competent myoblasts and the epidermal muscle attachment site cells. Deletion analyses show that loss of hibris does not visibly affect embryonic CNS or somatic muscle development. However overexpressing hibris in the somatic mesoderm disrupts myoblast fusion. Furthermore, when...
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Journal: Development
Development (2001) 128 (17): 3331–3338.
Published: 1 September 2001
... populations of cells: fusion-competent myoblasts and founder myoblasts specialised to seed the formation of particular muscles. Visceral muscle founders are of two classes: those that seed circular muscles and those that seed longitudinal muscles. These specialisations are revealed in mutant embryos where...
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Journal: Development
Development (1999) 126 (20): 4525–4535.
Published: 15 October 1999
...Stefan Knirr; Natalia Azpiazu; Manfred Frasch In the Drosophila embryo, a distinct class of myoblasts, designated as muscle founders, prefigures the mature pattern of somatic body wall muscles. Each founder cell appears to be instrumental in generating a single larval muscle with a defined identity...
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Journal: Development
Development (1998) 125 (9): 1769–1779.
Published: 1 May 1998
... muscle fibers reached a favourable developmental state. In reciprocal experiments we found that denervation caused a decrease in the myoblast pool. Furthermore, the formation of certain muscle fibers (dorsoventral muscles) was specifically blocked. Exceptions were the adult muscles that use larval muscle...
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Journal: Development
Development (1998) 125 (7): 1325–1335.
Published: 1 April 1998
... in the premyoblasts in the limb bud, but not in the somitic cells or migrating premyogenic cells in the trunk at stage 18. By stage 24, HOXA-11 expression began to decrease from the posterior halves of the muscle masses. HOXA-13 was expressed strongly in the myoblasts of the posterior part in the dorsal/ventral...
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Journal: Development
Development (1996) 122 (12): 3765–3773.
Published: 1 December 1996
... cell specific genes do not involve the upregulation of endogenous HES-1. In fact, exogenous expression of HES-1 in C2C12 myoblasts does not block myogenesis. Our data demonstrate the existence of a CBF1-independent pathway by which Notch inhibits differentiation. We therefore propose that Notch...
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Journal: Development
Development (1995) 121 (8): 2611–2620.
Published: 1 August 1995
... and the dorsal vessel, develop fairly normally and defects are restricted to the body wall musculature. Myoblasts remain as single mononucleated cells, which express muscle myosin, showing that the developmental program of gene expression proceeds. These myoblasts occur at positions corresponding...
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Journal: Development
Development (1991) 113 (1): 103–118.
Published: 1 September 1991
... restricted pools of twist -expressing adepithelial cells in the larval imaginal disc in a similar fashion. We conclude that the fate restriction of myoblast pools in early development defines elements of the final adult muscle pattern. The fate restriction of myoblast cells may be a result of genetic...
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Journal: Development
Development (1991) 113 (1): 91–102.
Published: 1 September 1991
...Douglas A. Currie; Michael Bate ABSTRACT During metamorphosis, the adult muscles of the Drosophila abdomen develop from pools of myoblasts that are present in the larva. The adult myoblasts express twist in the third larval instar and the early pupa and are closely associated with nerves. Growing...
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Journal: Development
Development (1990) 109 (1): 139–147.
Published: 1 May 1990
...Timothy J. Hinterberger; Kate F. Barald ABSTRACT Muscle satellite cells are residual embryonic myoblast precursors responsible for muscle growth and regeneration. In order to examine the role of satellite cells in the initial events of muscle regeneration, we placed individual mature rat muscle...
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Journal: Development
Development (1989) 107 (4): 751–769.
Published: 1 December 1989
... E19–20. We suggest that changes in expression of MHC isoforms in primary myotubes depend on different populations of myoblasts fusing with the myotubes, and that the normal sequence of appearance of these myoblasts has a stage-dependent reliance on active innervation of foetal muscles. A critical...
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