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Academic Article Troponin T nuclear localization and its role in aging skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Skeletal muscle neural progenitor cells exhibit properties of NG2-glia.
Academic Article Skeletal muscle pericyte subtypes differ in their differentiation potential.
Academic Article Differences in neuromuscular junctions of laryngeal and limb muscles in rats.
Concept Muscle, Skeletal
Academic Article Role of pericytes in skeletal muscle regeneration and fat accumulation.
Academic Article Type-1 pericytes participate in fibrous tissue deposition in aged skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Human slow troponin T (TNNT1) pre-mRNA alternative splicing is an indicator of skeletal muscle response to resistance exercise in older adults.
Academic Article Type-2 pericytes participate in normal and tumoral angiogenesis.
Academic Article Pericytes: multitasking cells in the regeneration of injured, diseased, and aged skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Improved knee extensor strength with resistance training associates with muscle specific miRNAs in older adults.
Academic Article Therapeutic exercise attenuates neutrophilic lung injury and skeletal muscle wasting.
Academic Article Troponin T3 regulates nuclear localization of the calcium channel Cavß1a subunit in skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Calpain inhibition rescues troponin T3 fragmentation, increases Cav1.1, and enhances skeletal muscle force in aging sedentary mice.
Academic Article BDA-410 Treatment Reduces Body Weight and Fat Content by Enhancing Lipolysis in Sedentary Senescent Mice.
Academic Article Cardiac troponin T and fast skeletal muscle denervation in ageing.
Academic Article The sympathetic nervous system regulates skeletal muscle motor innervation and acetylcholine receptor stability.

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