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Three Myosin Heavy-chain Isozymes Appear Sequentially In Rat Muscle Development

R. Whalen, S. Sell, G. Butler-Browne, K. Schwartz, P. Bouveret, I. Pinset-Härström
Published 1981 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Three different heavy-chain isozymes of myosin appear sequentially in rat muscle during the period from late gestation to about three weeks of age. In part these changes can be related to changes in innervation taking place during this period.
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