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Stem Cells
J Cell Sci (2023) 136 (24): jcs261200.
Published: 27 December 2023
...Margaret Hung; Hsiao-Fan Lo; Grace E. L. Jones; Robert S. Krauss ABSTRACT Skeletal muscle stem cells (MuSCs, also called satellite cells) are the source of the robust regenerative capability of this tissue. The hallmark property of MuSCs at homeostasis is quiescence, a reversible state of cell...
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J Cell Sci (2023) 136 (13): jcs260717.
Published: 30 June 2023
...Nicanor González Morales; Océane Marescal; Szilárd Szikora; Anja Katzemich; Tuana Correia-Mesquita; Péter Bíró; Miklos Erdelyi; József Mihály; Frieder Schöck ABSTRACT Myofibrils are long intracellular cables specific to muscles, composed mainly of actin and myosin filaments. The actin and myosin...
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J Cell Sci (2022) 135 (20): jcs260179.
Published: 13 October 2022
... data are available from precise genetic manipulations. All these data aim to answer how the Z-disc works and how it is assembled. Here, we summarize recent data from insects and explore how it fits into our view of the Z-disc, myofibrils and, ultimately, muscles. The complex arrangement between actin...
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Imaging
J Cell Sci (2020) 133 (22): jcs241422.
Published: 23 November 2020
... and behaviour are fundamentally important for understanding how disease, molecules and drugs affect cell function in vivo . Here, by using muscle stem cell (muSC) responses to injury in zebrafish as our biological paradigm, we established a ‘ground truth’ for muSC behaviour. This revealed that segmentation...
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Autophagy
J Cell Sci (2020) 133 (21): jcs248336.
Published: 9 November 2020
... the mechanisms or significance that underlies distinct lysosomal morphologies. Here, we found an extensive tubular autolysosomal network in Drosophila abdominal muscle remodeling during metamorphosis. The tubular network transiently appeared and exhibited the capacity to degrade autophagic cargoes. The tubular...
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J Cell Sci (2018) 131 (24): jcs217943.
Published: 18 December 2018
... responses that are activated following the induction of muscle stresses, including hypercontraction, detachment and oxidative stress. Of these stressors, loss of the genes that cause muscle detachment produced the strongest levels of JAK-STAT activation. In one of these mutants, fondue ( fon ), we also...
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J Cell Sci (2018) 131 (16): jcs217133.
Published: 16 August 2018
...Benjamin Richier; Yoshiko Inoue; Ulrich Dobramysl; Jonathan Friedlander; Nicholas H. Brown; Jennifer L. Gallop ABSTRACT Cells need to sense their environment to ensure accurate targeting to specific destinations. This occurs in developing muscles, which need to attach to tendon cells before muscle...
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J Cell Sci (2018) 131 (14): jcs209155.
Published: 17 July 2018
...Maik Drechsler; Heiko Meyer; Ariane C. Wilmes; Achim Paululat ABSTRACT Somatic muscles are formed by the iterative fusion of myoblasts into muscle fibres. This process is driven by the recurrent recruitment of proteins to the cell membrane to induce F-actin nucleation at the fusion site. Although...
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J Cell Sci (2018) 131 (6): jcs205807.
Published: 16 March 2018
...Alexander L. Auld; Sacha A. Roberts; Ciaran B. Murphy; Jaclyn M. Camuglia; Eric S. Folker ABSTRACT During muscle development, myonuclei undergo a complex set of movements that result in evenly spaced nuclei throughout the muscle cell. In Drosophila , two separate pools of Kinesin and Dynein work...
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J Cell Sci (2017) 130 (17): 2833–2842.
Published: 1 September 2017
..., we show that these effects are also reflected at the organism level, as there is a loss of skeletal muscle mass in nestin −/− (NesKO) mice, reflected as reduced lean (muscle) mass in the mice. Further examination of muscles in male mice revealed that these effects stemmed from nestin-deficient...
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J Cell Sci (2017) 130 (15): 2551–2563.
Published: 1 August 2017
... damage. Genes involved in muscle growth and development were upregulated, but those associated with responses to cellular stresses were downregulated. These data suggest that elimination of HIRA produces a hypertrophic response in skeletal muscle and leaves myofibers susceptible to stress-induced...
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J Cell Sci (2017) 130 (5): 950–962.
Published: 1 March 2017
... is largely unknown. We show that the conserved transmembrane Drosophila proteoglycan Kon-tiki (Kon, also known as Perdido) interacts with the αPS2βPS integrin (αPS2 is encoded by inflated and βPS by myospheroid ) to mediate muscle–tendon adhesion. kon and inflated double mutant embryos show a synergistic...
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J Cell Sci (2014) 127 (14): 3162–3173.
Published: 15 July 2014
...Juan J. Pérez-Moreno; Marcus Bischoff; Maria D. Martín-Bermudo; Beatriz Estrada ABSTRACT Muscle differentiation requires the assembly of high-order structures called myofibrils, composed of sarcomeres. Even though the molecular organization of sarcomeres is well known, the mechanisms underlying...
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J Cell Sci (2012) 125 (17): 4077–4089.
Published: 1 September 2012
...Kazumi Nomura; Kanako Ono; Shoichiro Ono Summary Assembly of contractile apparatuses in striated muscle requires precisely regulated reorganization of the actin cytoskeletal proteins into sarcomeric organization. Regulation of actin filament dynamics is one of the essential processes of myofibril...
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J Cell Sci (2012) 125 (17): 4158–4169.
Published: 1 September 2012
...Meredith H. Wilson; Erika L. F. Holzbaur Summary Dynamic interactions with the cytoskeleton drive the movement and positioning of nuclei in many cell types. During muscle cell development, myoblasts fuse to form syncytial myofibers with nuclei positioned regularly along the length of the cell...
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