Of or pertaining to myofibrils

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  • myofibrillar — adjective see myofibril …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • myofibrillar — Pertaining or relating to myofibril …   Medical dictionary

  • myofibrillar — myo·fibrillar …   English syllables

  • myofibrillar — adjective see myofibril …   Useful english dictionary

  • myofibrillar degeneration — lysis of myofibrils with formation of vacuoles in the myocytes. It is nonspecific but can be associated with doxorubicin toxicity …   Medical dictionary

  • myofibrillar hypoplasia — a congenital condition of piglets in which leg muscles are weak, usually in the rear legs, and the legs spread apart. Affected animals have difficulty moving and may starve or be crushed by their mothers. It can have many causes, including in… …   Medical dictionary

  • myofibrillar myopathy — any of several hereditary muscle conditions characterized by abnormal desmin in the myofibrils; affected persons have muscle weakness in distal parts of the limbs and cardiomyopathy. Both autosomal dominant and recessive types have been observed …   Medical dictionary

  • Desmin-related myofibrillar myopathy — Classification and external resources OMIM 601419 Desmin related myofibrillar myopathy is a subgroup of the myofibrillar myopathy diseases and is the result of a mutation in the gene that codes for desmin which prevents it from forming protein… …   Wikipedia

  • Muscle hypertrophy — is an increase in the size of muscle cells. It differs from muscle hyperplasia, which is the formation of new muscle cells. Contents 1 Hypertrophy stimuli 1.1 Strength training 1.2 Anaerobic training …   Wikipedia

  • meat processing — Introduction       preparation of meat for human consumption.       Meat is the common term used to describe the edible portion of animal tissues and any processed or manufactured products prepared from these tissues. Meats are often classified… …   Universalium

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