Le collagène XXII, composant de la jonction myotendineuse, est un nouveau gène candidat dans les dystrophies musculaires : étude fonctionnelle chez le poisson zèbre

Doctoral thesis French OPEN
Charvet , Benjamin;
(2011)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: Development | Collagène | Myotendinous junction | Collagen | Myosepta | Dystrophie musculaire | Myosepte | Jonction myotendineuse | Muscular dystrophy | Développement | Matrice extracellulaire | Muscle | Zebrafish | [ SDV.SA ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Agricultural sciences | Extracellular matrix | Poisson zèbre

The myotendinous junction (MTJ) is a specialized structure that transmits muscle contractile forces to tendon. Collagen XXII (COLXXII) is a novel component of MTJ (Koch et al., 2004). It belongs to the FACITs (Fibrils Associated Collagen with Interrupted Triple helix) s... View more
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