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cardiomyogenesis

Definitions

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  • n. The process leading to the formation of myocardium

Etymologies

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cardio- +‎ myogenesis

Examples

  • Pasteiner W, Summer A, Hrdina A, Eger A, et al. (2005) Parietal endoderm secreted SPARC promotes early cardiomyogenesis in vitro.

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  • Embryonic stem (ES) cells can differentiate into derivatives of all three of the primary germ-cell layers, including cardiomyocytes, and previous studies have suggested that early steps in embryonic cardiomyogenesis take place during embryoid body (EB) differentiation of ES cells

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  • Our results shed light on the role of sik1 in cardiomyogenesis and, although further investigation is required to solve this issue, our data provide a new piece of puzzle in the understanding of the molecular mechanisms regulating cardiomyocyte cell cycle, which is of vital importance for future clinical approach.

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  • Collectively, we provided evidence that sik1-mediated effects are specific for cardiomyogenesis regulating cardiomyoblast cell cycle exit toward terminal differentiation.

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  • Taken together, these data indicate that the sik1flp/flp population can differentiate into contracting cardiomyocytes, but showing a consistent delay in cardiomyogenesis. sik1 led to a delayed differentiation, we assessed the proliferative potential of sik1flp/flp ES cells by BrdU incorporation, postulating that the lack of sik1 might increase the proliferation rate of these cells.

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