The dystrophin-glycoprotein complex (DGC) is a multisubunit protein complex that spans the sarcolemma and provides structural ... "Glycoprotein complex anchoring dystrophin to sarcolemma". J. Biochem. 108 (5): 748-52. PMID 2081733. Lim LE, Duclos F, Broux O ...
"Entrez Gene: SLMAP sarcolemma associated protein". Ewing RM, Chu P, Elisma F, Li H, Taylor P, Climie S, McBroom-Cerajewski L, ...
Roostalu U, Strähle U (2012). "In vivo imaging of molecular interactions at damaged sarcolemma". Dev. Cell. 22 (3): 515-29. doi ... consistent with a role for dysferlin in regulating fusion of repair vesicles with the sarcolemma during membrane repair. ...
It overlies the muscle fiber's cell membrane: the sarcolemma. Endomysium is the deepest and smallest component of muscle ...
The sarcolemma is the cell membrane of a striated muscle fiber and receives and conducts stimuli. At the end of each muscle ... When the acetylcholine is released it diffuses across the synapse and binds to a receptor on the sarcolemma, a term unique to ... These satellite cells remain adjacent to a skeletal muscle fiber, situated between the sarcolemma and the basement membrane of ... This initiates an impulse that travels across the sarcolemma. When the action potential reaches the sarcoplasmic reticulum it ...
Sarcolemma in myocytes: "Sarcolemma" is the name given to the cell membrane of myocytes (also known as muscle cells). Although ... It has also been found that the average sarcolemma is 10 m thick as opposed to the 4 m thickness of a general cell membrane. ... For instance, the sarcolemma transmits synaptic signals, helps generate action potentials, and is very involved in muscle ... REED, R.; HOUSTON, T. W.; TODD, P. M. (30 July 1966). "Structure and Function of the Sarcolemma of Skeletal Muscle". Nature. ...
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The DPC localizes to the sarcolemma and its disruption is associated with various forms of muscular dystrophy. This protein may ... "Dystrobrevin deficiency at the sarcolemma of patients with muscular dystrophy". Hum. Mol. Genet. 6 (7): 1185-91. doi:10.1093/ ...
Certain regions of the sarcolemma penetrate deep into the cell. These are known as transverse-tubules (t-tubules); which are ... These action potentials travel along the cell membrane (sarcolemma), as impulses, passing from one cell to the next through ... located in the sarcolemma and the t-tubule membrane of cardiac cells. This activates a protein, called a G-protein and results ... on the sarcolemma of both SAN cells and ventricular cells. This again activates a G-protein. However this G-protein works by ...
have shown that TMEM43 is mainly localized at the sarcolemma. Mutations in TMEM43 are associated with ARVD and EDMD7. GRCh38: ...
Dystrophin links actin in the cytoskeleton and dystroglycans of the muscle cell plasma membrane, known as the sarcolemma ( ... "The Dystrophin Glycoprotein Complex Signaling Strength and Integrity for the Sarcolemma". Circulation Research. 94 (8): 1023- ...
PKG also activates the sarcolemma calcium pump to remove activating calcium. PKG acts on K+ channels to promote K+ efflux and ...
Satellite cells are described as quiescent myoblasts and neighbor muscle fiber sarcolemma. They are crucial for the repair of ...
Bu G, Adams H, Berbari EJ, Rubart M (March 2009). "Uniform action potential repolarization within the sarcolemma of in situ ... Action potentials result from the depolarization of the cell membrane (the sarcolemma), which opens voltage-sensitive sodium ... the sarcolemma) of the muscle fiber. However, the acetylcholine does not remain bound; rather, it dissociates and is hydrolyzed ...
The sarcolemma has invaginations called postjunctional folds, which increase the surface area of the membrane exposed to the ... Presynaptic motor axons stop 30 nanometers from the sarcolemma, the cell membrane of a muscle cell. This 30-nanometer space ... AChRs are localized opposite the presynaptic terminals by protein scaffolds at the postjunctional folds of the sarcolemma. ... Dystrophin, a structural protein, connects the sarcomere, sarcolemma, and extracellular matrix components. Rapsyn is another ...
The sarcolemma (membrane) from adjacent cells bind together at the intercalated discs. They consist of desmosomes, specialized ... T (transverse) tubules are deep invaginations from the sarcolemma (cell membrane) that penetrate the cell, allowing the ...
Damage to the sarcolemma and sarcoplasmic reticulum from direct trauma or high force production causes a high influx of calcium ... Exertional rhabdomyolysis results from damage to the intercellular proteins inside the sarcolemma. Myosin and actin break down ...
March 2009). "Uniform action potential repolarization within the sarcolemma of in situ ventricular cardiomyocytes". Biophysical ...
The cell membrane is called the sarcolemma with the cytoplasm known as the sarcoplasm. In the sarcoplasm are the myofibrils. ... Another group of cells, the myosatellite cells are found between the basement membrane and the sarcolemma of muscle fibers. ... Pressed against the inside of the sarcolemma are the unusual flattened myonuclei. Between the myofibrils are the mitochondria. ...
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... with alpha1-syntrophin at the sarcolemma". Microsc. Res. Tech. 55 (3): 164-70. doi:10.1002/jemt.1167. PMID 11747091. Waddington ...
Also, the breakdown of the sarcolemma causes additional calcium to enter the cytosol. The calcium activates the formation of ...
2009). "Uniform action potential repolarization within the sarcolemma of in situ ventricular cardiomyocytes". Biophysical ...
In the human fetus during muscle differentiation, utrophin is found at the sarcolemma. It disappears when the fetus begins to ...
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