Cell image CIL:11243 NCBI Organism: Felis catus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: gap junction,intercalated disc Biological Process: cell communication,cell-cell junction organization

Cell image CIL:11243 NCBI Organism: Felis catus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: gap junction,intercalated disc Biological Process: cell communication,cell-cell junction organization

Cell image CIL:35974 NCBI Organism: Felis catus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: sarcoplasmic reticulum,glycogen granule,I band,A band,mitochondrion Biological Process: energy reserve metabolic process

Cell image CIL:35974 NCBI Organism: Felis catus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: sarcoplasmic reticulum,glycogen granule,I band,A band,mitochondrion Biological Process: energy reserve metabolic process

Cell image CIL:13916 NCBI Organism: Mus musculus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: autophagic vacuole Biological Process: autophagy

Cell image CIL:13916 NCBI Organism: Mus musculus Cell Types: cardiac muscle cell Cellular Components: autophagic vacuole Biological Process: autophagy

Cardiac Terms: positive/negative inotrope Type: Term Definitions: 1. an agent or medication, or its side effects, which may effectuate either to strengthen (positive) or weaken (negative) the force of a functional system (usually the contractility of the heart). positive/negative chronotrope Type: Term Pronunciation: poz′i-tiv-neg′ă-tiv kroō′nō-trōp Definitions: 1. an agent or medication, or its side effects, which may effectuate to either slow (negative) or accelerate (positive) the rate of…

Cardiac Terms: positive/negative inotrope Type: Term Definitions: 1. an agent or medication, or its side effects, which may effectuate either to strengthen (positive) or weaken (negative) the force of a functional system (usually the contractility of the heart). positive/negative chronotrope Type: Term Pronunciation: poz′i-tiv-neg′ă-tiv kroō′nō-trōp Definitions: 1. an agent or medication, or its side effects, which may effectuate to either slow (negative) or accelerate (positive) the rate of…

Epigenome of cardiac muscle cell mapped. Pharmacologists have succeeded in mapping the epigenome of cardiac muscle cells.

Epigenome of cardiac muscle cell mapped

Epigenome of cardiac muscle cell mapped. Pharmacologists have succeeded in mapping the epigenome of cardiac muscle cells.

mitochondria packed between myofibrils in cardiac muscle the crystalline appearance of the numerous mitochondria is a result of densely packed cristae or infoldings of the inner membrane this design dramatically increases the surface area of the inner mitochondrial membrane in which ATP-producing machinery is embedded colored TEM credit: Science Photo Library

mitochondria packed between myofibrils in cardiac muscle the crystalline appearance of the numerous mitochondria is a result of densely packed cristae or infoldings of the inner membrane this design dramatically increases the surface area of the inner mitochondrial membrane in which ATP-producing machinery is embedded colored TEM credit: Science Photo Library

No bones about it; your bones can’t do much without muscles to move them. You have three major types of muscle tissue known as skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscle. Learn about all 11 organ systems with the Amoeba Sisters! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnjmrrQ6xOs

No bones about it; your bones can’t do much without muscles to move them. You have three major types of muscle tissue known as skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscle. Learn about all 11 organ systems with the Amoeba Sisters! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnjmrrQ6xOs

This photo displays cardiac muscle tissue. This tissue type is striated, branched, and has 1-2 nuclei. Cardiac muscle tissue can be recognized by intercalated disks (dark thickened part). Cardiac muscle cells are bigger than smooth muscle cells and smaller than skeletal muscle cells. They control involuntary movement (the heart).

This photo displays cardiac muscle tissue. This tissue type is striated, branched, and has 1-2 nuclei. Cardiac muscle tissue can be recognized by intercalated disks (dark thickened part). Cardiac muscle cells are bigger than smooth muscle cells and smaller than skeletal muscle cells. They control involuntary movement (the heart).

For heart repair, call RNA After attack, small molecules help contracting cells regenerate in mice Mice regrow muscle cells after heart attacks if injected with molecules mimicking RNA involved in cell growth.

For heart repair, call RNA

For heart repair, call RNA After attack, small molecules help contracting cells regenerate in mice Mice regrow muscle cells after heart attacks if injected with molecules mimicking RNA involved in cell growth.

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