cardiac muscle

  1. the muscle tissue of the heart; adapted to continued rhythmic contraction
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  • The transverse tubular system of cardiac muscle is a structure that allows rapid propagation of excitation into the cell interior.
  • Haversian system: this is another way to describe an osteon 21. intercalated disc: an irregular transverse thickening of the cardiac muscle cell membrane containing both desmosomes and gap junctions 22. lacuna: a small, hollow space in cartilage or bone tissue in which living cells are found 23. leukocyte: a white blood cell 24. mesothelium: the layer of simple squamous epithelium that lines the serous membranes of the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities and covers the organs within them 25. microvilli: the microscopic, fingerlike projections of a cell's plasma membrane that increase the surface area available for absorption 26. muscle fiber: an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body 27. neuroglia: a cell of the nervous system that protects and supports neurons Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Expression of Cre and hence targeting of the floxed gene can be restricted to e.g. T cells (lck promoter), cardiac muscle (cardiac myosin promoter), neurons (enolase promoter) or epithelia (cytokeratin promoter). The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information
  • In the animal model, Kv 4.3 expression of cardiac muscle cell obviously reduce when heart failure happen.
  • The aid, which mimics the cardiac muscle, has no contact with the blood unlike current devices which can cause strokes. The Sun
  • It has therapeutic use in congestive heart failure and edema, having a positive inotropic effect on cardiac muscle.
  • The importance of free fatty acids in aerobic metabolism is best shown in cardiac muscle.
  • Neuromuscular diseases are characterized by progressive weakening of skeletal, respiratory, bulbar, and, in the case of myopathies, cardiac muscles.
  • Results: The obvious amitotic phases and cellular senescent characteristics were observed in adult goat ventricular muscle cells including working and conducting cardiac muscle cells.
  • We present here the first systematic demonstration that transilluminated fluorescence may be used to detect electrical activity within cardiac muscle.
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