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Autocrine, Paracrine, and Endocrine Regulation of Myogenesis

  • William R. Dayton
  • Marcia R. Hathaway

Abstract

Rapid and efficient deposition of muscle tissue is the primary goal of meat- animal production. Because numerous events that occur during embryonic de- velopment influence the number, size, and type of muscle fibers present in a particular muscle, alterations in the timing or the duration of these events could potentially result in changes in muscle mass or efficiency of muscle deposition in the postnatal animal. Thus, an increased knowledge of the mechanism and regulation of myogenesis, the embryonic development of muscle, is potentially of great significance to our ultimate goal of understanding and regulating mus- cle growth. The aim of this chapter is to briefly describe the events that occur during myogenesis and to discuss the factors that may regulate this process.

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Insulinlike Growth Factor Satellite Cell Myosin Heavy Chain Myogenic Cell Myoblast Differentiation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William R. Dayton
    • 1
  • Marcia R. Hathaway
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Animal ScienceUniversity of MinnesotaSt. PaulUSA

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