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- adj. Of or pertaining to myofibrils
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The use of acids directly saves fermentation time, and myofibrillar protein gelation can take place within hours after mixing the meat with acids.
J to O, ultrastructural analysis showing myofibrillar disarray, disruption of sarcomeric architecture
Tatsumi R, Hattori A (1995) Detection of giant myofibrillar proteins connectin and nebulin by electrophoresis in 2\% polyacrylamide slab gels strengthened with agarose.
There was also a dramatic reversal, between single null and double null hearts, in the carboxymethylation and localization to the myofibrillar fraction, of the catalytic subunit of protein phosphatase 2A, which corresponded to the loss of normal contractility in double null hearts.
Age-related incorporation leucine myofibrillar sarcoplasmic proteins red white muscles chicks
Secondary outcome measures were: 2-minute walk test, work, power, muscle mass (urinary creatinine), markers of myofibrillar protein breakdown (urinary
Consistent with muscle mass, markers of myofibrillar protein breakdown (3 methyl-histidine / creatinine ratio in urine) and serum CPK were not affected by Gln treatment compared with placebo (