Recent Examples of skeletal muscle from the Web
At 16, doctors diagnosed Shae with rhabdomyosarcoma – a cancer of cells that normally develop into skeletal muscles.
Very droopy eyelids may be a sign of myasthenia gravis, a neuromuscular disorder that causes weakness in skeletal muscles (the muscles the body uses for movement).
Using samples from a range of sources, including animals going to slaughter and those on farms or ranches, scientists isolate cells that have the capacity to renew themselves and feed them oxygen and nutrients to produce skeletal muscle.
Evidence from one recent study even suggests that skeletal muscles may be involved—at least in mice.
Blood flow and stream of glucose to the skeletal muscles increase.
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