*  Impaired embryonic motility in dusp27 mutants reveals a developmental defect in myofibril structure | Disease Models &...
Fast muscle myofibrils are disrupted in y241 mutants. (A-E) Immunofluorescence in fast-twitch fibers in 48 hpf sibling and y241 ... Slow muscle myofibrils are partially disrupted in y241 mutants. (A) F59 staining against slow-twitch muscle myosin heavy chain ... An essential step in muscle fiber maturation is the assembly of highly ordered myofibrils that are required for contraction. ... 1990). Mutations affecting skeletal muscle myofibril structure in the zebrafish. Development 108, 443-459. ...
  http://dmm.biologists.org/content/7/2/289
*  Myofibrillar Myopathy And Weight Loss
for the tensile strength and integrity of myofibrils but not tor myogenic commitment, Muscle fibres are composed of myofibrils ... a so-called myofibrillar myopathy the myofibrils disintegrate in certain. The heart is more affected by the disease than ...
  http://pacifichealthedu.info/myofibrillar-myopathy-and-weight-loss_lg.htm
*  Research: Grow More Muscle With Simplified 2-Way Workouts | Iron Man Magazine
Your explanation of the myofibrils (force generation) and sarcoplasm (energy fluid) and how they ... It's always good to go back to basics every so often, focusing on the force-generating myofibrils with a heavy workout and ... Your explanation of the myofibrils (force generation) and sarcoplasm (energy fluid) and how they both contribute to size is ... Your explanation of the myofibrils (force generation) and sarcoplasm (energy fluid) and how they both contribute to size is ...
  https://www.ironmanmagazine.com/research-grow-more-muscle-with-simplified-2-way-workouts/
*  During Muscle Atrophy, Thick, but not Thin, Filament Components are Degraded by MuRF1-Dependent Ubiquitylation
In contrast, MuRF1 ubiquitylates MyBP-C, MyLC1, and MyLC2, even in myofibrils. Because these proteins stabilize the thick ... MyHC is protected from ubiquitylation in myofibrils by associated proteins, but eventually undergoes MuRF1-dependent ... from the myofibril, before any measurable decrease in myosin heavy chain (MyHC). Their selective loss requires MuRF1. ...
  https://dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/4706108
*  myofibril | physiology | Britannica.com
The myofibrils are made up of thick and thin myofilaments,... ... myofibril: Very fine contractile fibres, groups of which extend ... Myofibril, very fine contractile fibres, groups of which extend in parallel columns along the length of striated muscle fibres ... The myofibrils are made up of thick and thin myofilaments, which help give the muscle its striped appearance. The thick ... Within the sarcoplasm of each individual muscle fibre are approximately 1,000 to 2,000 myofibrils. Composed of the contractile ...
  https://www.britannica.com/science/myofibril
*  Abnormalities in heart membranes and myofibrils during bacterial infective cardiomyopathy in the rabbit. | Circulation Research
Abnormalities in heart membranes and myofibrils during bacterial infective cardiomyopathy in the rabbit.. C W Tomlinson, S L ... Generalized severe myocardial cell damage involving myofibrils, mitochondria, and the sarcotubular system was seen only in late ... Abnormalities in heart membranes and myofibrils during bacterial infective cardiomyopathy in the rabbit. ... Abnormalities in heart membranes and myofibrils during bacterial infective cardiomyopathy in the rabbit. ...
  http://circres.ahajournals.org/content/39/1/82
*  Spontaneous oscillatory contraction of sarcomeres in skeletal myofibrils | SpringerLink
We found that the lengths of all sarcomeres spontaneously oscillated in an isolated skeletal myofibril, when both ends were ... along the long axis of the myofibril was observed occasionally in single myofibrils and frequently in bundles of myofibrils. ... Magid, A. &Law, D. J. (1985) Myofibrils bear most of the resting tension in frog skeletal muscle.Science 230, 1280-2.PubMed ... Natori, R. (1954) The role of myofibrils, sarcoplasma and sarcolemma in muscle contraction.Jikei Med. J. 1, 18-28.Google ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF01773733
*  Muscle Growth in the Computer: International Team Wants to Unravel the Formation of Myofibrils
... and how they are arranged in the finished myofibril. In mature myofibrils, a scaffold of elastic biofilaments alternates with ... Image Caption: Myofibrils under the microscope. The highly regular structure with a periodic pattern of actin biopolymers (red ... In every muscle cell there are so-called myofibrils, which contract at the same time. They are responsible for muscle movement ... If the function of these microscopic myofibrils is disturbed, it leads to serious diseases such as muscle weakness. Despite the ...
  https://idw-online.de/de/news697480
*  THE ELONGATION OF MYOFIBRILS FROM THE INDIRECT FLIGHT MUSCLE OF DROSOPHILA | JCB
Myofibrils which lengthen by several per cent in the presence of ATP and magnesium ions were prepared by teasing indirect ... THE ELONGATION OF MYOFIBRILS FROM THE INDIRECT FLIGHT MUSCLE OF DROSOPHILA. John Aronson ...
  http://jcb.rupress.org/content/13/1/33
*  Myofibril - Wikipedia
The sarcomeric subunits of one myofibril are in nearly perfect alignment with those of the myofibrils next to it. This ... A myofibril (also known as a muscle fibril) is a basic rod-like unit of a muscle cell. Muscles are composed of tubular cells ... Myofibrils are composed of long proteins including actin, myosin, and titin, and other proteins that hold them together. These ... The filaments of myofibrils, myofilaments, consist of two types, thick and thin: Thin filaments consist primarily of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myofibril
*  OSA | Effects of inhomogeneous myofibril morphology on optical diffraction in single muscle fibers
Effects of inhomogeneous myofibril morphology on optical diffraction in single muscle fibers Janaka Ranasinghesagara and Gang ... Our results indicate that by incorporating various myofibril inhomogeneities such as skew and domain effect in the theoretical ... Janaka Ranasinghesagara and Gang Yao, "Effects of inhomogeneous myofibril morphology on optical diffraction in single muscle ...
  https://www.osapublishing.org/vjbo/abstract.cfm?uri=josaa-25-12-3051
*  A chemo-mechanical model for the single myofibril in striated muscle contraction | SpringerLink
The myofibril is modeled as a group of segments placed in series, each segment represents a half-sarcomere with active and ... A chemo-mechanical model for the single myofibril in striated muscle contraction. ... a mathematical model for the simulation of the force response and length change of individual myofibril is presented. ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11012-017-0654-9
*  The Incorporation of 3H-Lysine Into Cardiac Myofibrils in Cardiac Hypertrophy in the Rat, with a Description of a New Technique...
The Incorporation of 3H-Lysine Into Cardiac Myofibrils in Cardiac Hypertrophy in the Rat, with a Description of a New Technique ... The Incorporation of 3H-Lysine Into Cardiac Myofibrils in Cardiac Hypertrophy in the Rat, with a Description of a New Technique ... The Incorporation of 3H-Lysine Into Cardiac Myofibrils in Cardiac Hypertrophy in the Rat, with a Description of a New Technique ... The Incorporation of 3H-Lysine Into Cardiac Myofibrils in Cardiac Hypertrophy in the Rat, with a Description of a New Technique ...
  http://www.clinsci.org/content/47/3/17P.1
*  About the T-system in the myofibril-free sarcoplasm of the frog muscle fibre - RERO DOC
They disregarded the arrangement of the T-system in the myofibril-free sarcoplasm in the area of muscle fibre nuclei. In the ... They are, far from myofibrils, in proximity to these nuclei, the Golgi apparatus and mitochondria. On basis of this proximity ... The investigation of thick sections revealed that T-tubules meander through this myofibril-free sarcoplasm and tangle up at the ... present investigation, the T-system was filled by means of lanthanum incubation and the myofibril-free sarcoplasm was ...
  http://doc.rero.ch/record/4356
*  Actin-titin interaction in cardiac myofibrils: Probing a physiological role
... Linke WA, Ivemeyer M, Labeit S, Hinssen H, Ruegg ... Differential response of stress fibers and myofibrils to gelsolin.. Sanger JM, Mittal B, Wegner A, Jockusch BM, Sanger JW., Eur ... Linke WA, Ivemeyer M, Labeit S, Hinssen H, Ruegg JC, Gautel M. Actin-titin interaction in cardiac myofibrils: Probing a ... Linke, W.A., Ivemeyer, M., Labeit, S., Hinssen, H., Ruegg, J.C., Gautel, M.: Actin-titin interaction in cardiac myofibrils: ...
  https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/publication/1627799
*  Changes in Striated Muscle Fibres During Contraction and Growth with Particular Reference to Myofibril Splitting | Journal of...
Subdivision of the myofibril mass occurs because the myofibrils split once they attain a certain size. The evidence presented ... This may explain why the myofibrils in fast muscles tend to be small and discrete whilst those in slow muscles are larger and ... A model experiment is described which demonstrates the importance of the rate of tension development in causing myofibril ... Changes in Striated Muscle Fibres During Contraction and Growth with Particular Reference to Myofibril Splitting ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/9/1/123
*  Purification of cathepsin D from rabbit skeletal muscle and its action towards myofibrils. - Semantic Scholar
The enzyme acted optimally towards myofibrils around pH3, resulting in the degradation of the myosin heavy chain and production ... Purification of cathepsin D from rabbit skeletal muscle and its action towards myofibrils.. @article{Okitani1981PurificationOC ... title={Purification of cathepsin D from rabbit skeletal muscle and its action towards myofibrils.}, author={Akihiro Okitani and ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Purification-of-cathepsin-D-from-rabbit-skeletal-Okitani-Matsumoto/bc09d86c5657f33860d2f76aff54b396ab3ba0f8
*  Day 69. Myofibrils & Mitochondria training specifics - WorkOut
Several days ago in the post of muscle fibres we told you that muscles consist of myofibrils (contractive units) and ... Training myofibrils in glycolitic (Type II, white, fast) muscle fibres. We do hope that you remember about this type of fibres ... Training myofibrils in oxydative (Type I, red, slow) muscles. Oxidative muscles are a bit different from glycolic muscles. The ... Unlike myofibrils, mitochondria need three factors for growth:. 1. amino acids in the cell. 2. oxygen in the cell, the more the ...
  https://workout.su/forum_thread/7762-day-69-myofibrils-mitochondria-training-specifics
*  regulation of skeletal muscle contraction by modulation of calcium ion sensitivity of myofibril - Semantic Scholar
... rate or extent of skeletal muscle contraction by changing calcium ion binding affinity of the myofibril. [GOC:mtg_muscle] ... regulation of skeletal muscle contraction by modulation of calcium ion sensitivity of myofibril. Known as: regulation of ... Measurement of nucleotide exchange rate constants in single rabbit soleus myofibrils during shortening and lengthening using a ... rate or extent of skeletal muscle contraction by changing calcium ion binding affinity of the myofibril… (More) ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/topic/regulation-of-skeletal-muscle-contraction-by-of-ion/10812646
*  MyHC-IIb protein expression. Myofibrils were prepared | Open-i
Myofibrils were prepared from tibialis anterior muscles of MyHC-IIb+/+, MyHC-IIb+/−, and MyHC-IIb−/− mice. (A) Myofibrils ... Myofibrils were prepared from tibialis anterior muscles of MyHC-IIb+/+, MyHC-IIb+/−, and MyHC-IIb−/− mice. (A) Myofibrils were ... Myofibrils were prepared from tibialis anterior muscles of MyHC-IIb+/+, MyHC-IIb+/−, and MyHC-IIb−/− mice. (A) Myofibrils were ... 3 A shows myofibrils from the tibialis anterior muscles of IIb mice separated by SDS-PAGE. The same amounts of protein as in ...
  https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2140209_JCB.29302f3&req=4
*  Transient association of titin and myosin with microtubules in nascent myofibrils directed by the MURF2 RING-finger protein ::...
... myofibril; assembly; connectin; Titel: Transient association of titin and myosin with microtubules in nascent myofibrils ... A growing number of these have regulatory functions and are transiently present in the myofibril. We show here that the novel ... Transient association of titin and myosin with microtubules in nascent myofibrils directed by the MURF2 RING-finger protein ... 2002). Transient association of titin and myosin with microtubules in nascent myofibrils directed by the MURF2 RING-finger ...
  http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de/pubman/faces/viewItemOverviewPage.jsp?itemId=escidoc:1813877
*  A2 Biology: Gross and microscopic structure of skeletal muscle. The ultrastructure of a myofibril. The roles of actin, myosin,...
The ultrastructure of a myofibril. The roles of actin, myosin, calcium ions and ATP in myofibril contraction. The roles of ... Also inside these fibres are myofibrils: these are the structures that allow contraction. Myofibrils are made up of proteins.. ... Myofibrils are made from myofilaments. These are proteins which mean contraction can happen. They are arranged in such a ways ... The roles of actin, myosin, calcium ions and ATP in myofibril contraction. The roles of calcium ions and tropomyosin in the ...
  http://hannahhelpbiologya2.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/gross-and-microscopic-structure-of.html