V., Miclăuş; Cătoi, C.; Oana, L.; Ober, C.
January 2008
Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary;2008, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p61
Academic Journal
Skeletal striated muscle ceils are highly specialised cells which cannot divide, that made that striated muscle regeneration after injuries to become a controversial and very discussed subject. Long time was sustained that skeletal striated muscle regeneration is possible just in case of minor injuries with condition that sarcolemma, basal lamina, vascularization and innervation to remain upright. This type of limited regeneration was atributed to existence of the satellite cells, between sarcolemma and basal lamina. In this study we evidence the regeneration of striated muscle cells after postoperative injuries in healthy pigs


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