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Structural and molecular basis of skeletal muscle diseases

Structural and molecular basis of skeletal muscle diseases

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Published by Brain Pathology, ISN Neuropath Press in Los Angels, Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musculoskeletal system -- Diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPathology & Genetics: Structural and Molecular Basis of Skeletal Muscle Diseases.
    Statementvolume editor, George Karpati, advisory editors, Maria Molnar ... [et al.].
    ContributionsKarpati, George., Molnar, Maria., World Federation of Neurology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC925 .S879 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination312 p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22475138M
    ISBN 103952231304

    Inside each skeletal muscle, muscle fibers are organized into individual bundles, each called a fascicle, by a middle layer of connective tissue called the fascicular organization is common in muscles of the limbs; it allows the nervous system to trigger a specific movement of a muscle by activating a subset of muscle fibers within a bundle, or fascicle of the muscle. Cellular and Molecular Basis of Skeletal Muscle Fibrosis. Not only are the structural and functional properties of the skeletal muscle ECM poorly understood, but also there is a lack of insight regarding mechanisms that lead to fibrosis, at least relative to those previously reported in this series (15, 41, ).Cited by:

    Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease provides a clear and straightforward account of the biochemistry that is necessary to understand the physiological functions of tissues or organs essential to the life of human beings. Focusing on the dynamic aspects of biochemistry and its application to the basic functions of the body, the book bridges the gap between biochemistry and medical.   Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\): The muscular system: Skeletal muscle of the muscular system is closely associated with the skeletal system and acts to maintain posture and control voluntary movement. Muscle is a highly-specialized soft tissue that produces tension which results in the generation of force.

      In recent years, histochemistry has become a popular approach to investigate the structural organization and function of skeletal muscle cells, 1–8 being widely used as a diagnostic tool in neuromuscular disorders. 9,10 In particular, the cytochemical analysis of the cell nucleus has been applied more and more frequently for investigating the basic mechanisms of skeletal muscle by: Hanson J, Huxley HE "Structural Basis of Cross Striations in Muscle" of "Nature "; Udd B, Kaarianen H, Somer H. "Muscular dystrophy with separate clinical phenotypes in a large family" of "Muscle Nerve" ;


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The diseases are grouped into major categories that are characterised by a common molecular or functional feature rather than a traditional designation.

Covers all major myopathies and is focused on molecular genetics, pathophysiology, and structural changes. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn : Michael J. Aminoff. The objective of this review is to provide a systems‐level, comprehensive mapping the molecular mechanisms underlying skeletal muscle structure and function, in health and disease.

We begin this review with a focus on molecular mechanisms underlying muscle tissue development (myogenesis), with an emphasis on satellite cells and muscle by: 6.

Skeletal muscle from XLMTM patients contains hypotrophic fibers with central nuclei surrounded by a halo devoid of myofibrils where mitochondria and glycogen accumulate (9,10).

Fiber size, but not. Chapter 3 - Biochemical and molecular basis of muscle disease from Section 1 - The scientific basis of muscle disease By Susan C. Brown, Cecilia Jimenez-MalleberaCited by: 4.

In both mouse and human skeletal muscle, dystrophin deficiency results in loss of neuronal nitric oxide synthase, which normally is localized to the sarcolemma as part of the dystrophin Author: Anneke Van Der Kooi. The Structure and Function of Muscle, Second Edition, Volume I, Structure Part 1 deals primarily with structure, considering muscles from the macroscopic, embryonic, histological, and molecular points of view.

This book discusses the anatomy of muscles and their relation to movement and posture; how muscles are used in the body; development of striated muscle; and histochemistry of developing skeletal and cardiac muscle.

The heterogeneity in size, shape, and arrangement of fibers coupled with a variety of metabolic, contractile, and endurance properties gives skeletal muscle the ability to perform a wide range of functions.

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In: Karpati G (ed) Structural and molecular basis of skeletal muscle disease. ISN Neuropath Press, Basel, pp – Google Scholar. Even the chapter titles are based on the molecular basis of each group of diseases: sarcolemmal and extracellular matrix defects; myonuclear abnormalities; myofibrillar and internal cytoskeletal proteins; ion channel defects; complex molecular defects (myotonic, facioscapulohumeral, and oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophies), and catabolic disorders Cited by: Skeletal muscle diseases, or myopathies, are a diverse group of disorders that range in severity from mild muscle weakness to lethality and in onset from in utero to late adulthood.

Whilst in some cases the genetic basis of these diseases is known, understanding of the mechanism underlying muscle weakness is often lacking, and there are no Author: Emily Claire Baxter, Robert James Bryson-Richardson.

General pathological, immunopathological, and genetic background of skeletal muscle disorders 2. Diseases associated with sarcolemmal and extracellular matrix defects 3. Diseases associated with myonuclear abnormalities 4.

Molecular basis: mutations in titin gene, causing deficiency of titin protein; protein normally plays a role in muscle assembly and force transmission in skeletal and cardiac muscles Inheritance pattern: recessive (requires mutations in both copies of a gene to produce symptoms).

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Preface Molecular Basis of Exercise-Induced Skeletal. The ClC chloride channels catalyse the selective flow of Cl- ions across cell membranes, thereby regulating electrical excitation in skeletal muscle and the flow of salt and water across Cited by:.

Metabolic and functional impairments in skeletal muscle frequently occur. These range from the symptoms of pain and fatigue to pathological disorders that may result in muscle wasting. However, many of these symptoms and features of skeletal muscle disease occur in diverse conditions, each with different aetiologies, methods of diagnosis and treatment.5/5(2).

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