myogenic factor

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myogenic factor

myogenic factor

Tissue-specific epigenetics in gene neighborhoods: myogenic transcription factor genes

Cooperation between myogenic regulatory factors and SIX family transcription factors is important for myoblast differentiation

SMYD1, the myogenic activator, is a direct target of serum response factor and myogenin

The Scaffold attachment factor b1 (Safb1) regulates myogenic differentiation by facilitating the transition of myogenic gene chromatin from a repressed to an activated state

Development of skeletal muscle and expression of myogenic regulatory factors during embryonic development in Jinding ducks (Anas platyrhynchos domestica)1 2

Effect of glypican-1 covalently attached chains on turkey myogenic satellite cell proliferation, differentiation, and fibroblast growth factor 2 responsiveness 1

Muscle hypertrophy in heavy weight Japanese quail line: Delayed muscle maturation and continued muscle growth with prolonged upregulation of myogenic regulatory factors

The role of basal and myogenic factors in the transcriptional activation of utrophin promoter A: implications for therapeutic up-regulation in Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Heparan sulfate proteoglycans, syndecan-4 and glypican-1, differentially regulate myogenic regulatory transcription factors and paired box 7 expression during turkey satellite cell myogenesis: Implications for muscle growth1

Enhanced myogenic constriction of mesenteric artery in heart failure relates to decreased smooth muscle cell caveolae numbers and altered AT1- and epidermal growth factor-receptor function

A conserved motif N-terminal to the DNA-binding domains of myogenic bHLH transcription factors mediates cooperative DNA binding with Pbx-Meis1/Prep1


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A factor inherent in, or derived from, the activity of a muscle. Muscle hypertrophy is an example of a myogenic factor contributing to muscle strength. See also neurogenic factor.

Subjects: Chemistry — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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