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A member of the phylogenetically conserved CAD family of transcriptional regulators is dramatically up-regulated during the programmed cell death of skeletal muscle in the tobacco hawkmoth Manduca sexta.
Cloning and analysis of small cytoplasmic leucine-rich repeat protein (SCLP), a novel, phylogenetically-conserved protein that is dramatically up-regulated during the programmed death of moth skeletal muscle.
Atrophy and programmed cell death of skeletal muscle.
Expression of human amyloid precursor protein in the skeletal muscles of Drosophila results in age- and activity-dependent muscle weakness.
Changes in contractile properties of skeletal muscle during developmentally programmed atrophy and death.
Coordinated induction of the ubiquitin conjugation pathway accompanies the developmentally programmed death of insect skeletal muscle.
Acheron, a novel member of the Lupus Antigen family, is induced during the programmed cell death of skeletal muscles in the moth Manduca sexta.
Cell death in myoblasts and muscles.
Peptide inhibitors of the ICE protease family arrest programmed cell death of motoneurons in vivo and in vitro.
Apolipophorin III is dramatically up-regulated during the programmed death of insect skeletal muscle and neurons.
Selective repression of actin and myosin heavy chain expression during the programmed death of insect skeletal muscle.
Satellite Cells, Skeletal Muscle
The myonuclear domain is not maintained in skeletal muscle during either atrophy or programmed cell death.
Type 2 diabetes impairs the ability of skeletal muscle pericytes to augment postischemic neovascularization in db/db mice.
Skeletal Muscles Do Not Undergo Apoptosis During Either Atrophy or Programmed Cell Death-Revisiting the Myonuclear Domain Hypothesis.
Acheron/Larp6 Is a Survival Protein That Protects Skeletal Muscle From Programmed Cell Death During Development.
High-resolution analysis of differential gene expression during skeletal muscle atrophy and programmed cell death.
Somatic piRNAs and Transposons are Differentially Expressed Coincident with Skeletal Muscle Atrophy and Programmed Cell Death.
Cross Talk opposing view: Myonuclei do not undergo apoptosis during skeletal muscle atrophy.
Cross Talk rebuttal: Schwartz and Gundersen.