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First Roadmap of Human Skeletal Muscle Development Created

News   May 12, 2020 | Original story from UCLA

 
First Roadmap of Human Skeletal Muscle Development Created

These microscopic images show gene expression in muscle stem and progenitor cells as they mature from early development to adulthood (left to right). As part of this process, the cells switch from actively expressing one key gene (green) to another (violet); this is accompanied by the growth of muscle fibers (red). Credit: Broad Stem Cell Research Center

 
 
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