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  • n. Plural form of cardiomyocyte.

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  • For instance, targeting of genes encoding components of the contractile apparatus in cardiomyocytes leads to cardiomyopathy; targeted mutations in connexin proteins of gap junctions cause conduction defects; disrupted genes for transcription factors involved in heart development lead to congenital heart malformations; and targeting of genes controlling energy metabolism causes cardiomyopathy.

    The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information

  • "Everyone started putting bone marrow in the heart," says Christine Mummery, a researcher at Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands, who has studied how to turn stem cells into heart muscle cells called cardiomyocytes.

    The Seattle Times

  • The main problem is that when beating muscles cells - known as cardiomyocytes - die during an attack there is no way to reactivate them and the surrounding

    Longevity Meme News and Commentary

  • Earlier research by Yeh and colleagues showed CD34+ cells are capable of becoming heart muscle cells, called cardiomyocytes, blood vessel cells and smooth muscle cells.

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  • This remarkable heart repair is achieved by differentiated cardiac muscle cells called cardiomyocytes -- not stem cells, but mature cells that normally supply the contractile force of the heart.

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  • The main problem is that when beating muscles cells - known as cardiomyocytes - die during an attack there is no way to reactivate them and the surrounding connective tissue - known as fibroblasts - cannot take over their role.

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  • Instead, repair is accomplished by differentiated cardiac muscle cells known as cardiomyocytes, those cellular grown-ups whose normal job is to supply the contractile force of the heart.

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  • After these conditions damage the heart, heart muscle cells called cardiomyocytes enlarge as the body tries to respond and compensate, increasing the organ's size.

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  • We know that heart muscle cells, also known as cardiomyocytes, proliferate when the baby is still in the womb.

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  • But recent studies have shown that these heart muscle cells, known as cardiomyocytes, do have a limited ability to replace themselves.

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