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Embryonic vs. Adult Myogenesis: Challenging the ‘Regeneration Recapitulates Development’ Paradigm

Multiple Signaling Pathways Control Tbx6 Expression during Xenopus Myogenesis

Skeletal muscle myogenesis is regulated by G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2

Comparative expression profiling identifies differential roles for Myogenin and p38α MAPK signaling in myogenesis

Fibroblast growth factor 1 induced during myogenesis by a transcription–translation coupling mechanism

The del22q11.2 candidate gene Tbx1 regulates branchiomeric myogenesis

Novel Isoforms of the Fragile X Related Protein FXR1P are Expressed During Myogenesis

Inhibition of myogenesis in transgenic mice expressing the human DMPK 3′-UTR

The transcription coactivator ASC-1 is a regulator of skeletal myogenesis, and its deficiency causes a novel form of congenital muscle disease

FSHD muscular dystrophy region gene 1 binds Suv4-20h1 histone methyltransferase and impairs myogenesis

Epigenetic control of type 2 and 3 deiodinases in myogenesis: role of Lysine-specific Demethylase enzyme and FoxO3

Arsenic Exposure Inhibits Myogenesis and Neurogenesis in P19 Stem Cells Through Repression of the β-Catenin Signaling Pathway

5Regulation of myogenesis via kinase driven activation of DPF3a, a BAF complex member and its interaction with transcription repressor HEY1

A defective Krab-domain zinc-finger transcription factor contributes to altered myogenesis in myotonic dystrophy type 1

Loss of nuclear poly(A)-binding protein 1 causes defects in myogenesis and mRNA biogenesis

A defect in early myogenesis causes Otitis media in two mouse models of 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

Cell-lineage regulated myogenesis for dystrophin replacement: a novel therapeutic approach for treatment of muscular dystrophy

Novel RNA-binding activity of MYF5 enhances Ccnd1/Cyclin D1 mRNA translation during myogenesis

 

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The process of striated muscle development in which myoblasts fuse to form myotubes that increase in size by further myoblast recruitment, form myofibrils within their cytoplasm, and establish functional neuromuscular junctions with motoneurons. The basic process is similar in cardiac muscle although there is not complete fusion, just the formation of specialized junctional complexes (intercalated discs).

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