Developmental myosin heavy chain (MHC) isoforms, which are typically absent in mature skeletal muscle, reappear transiently in regenerating myotubes .
What does MYH stand for?
MYH stands for Myosin Heavy Chain
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- Multi-Year Guaranteed Annuity
- MIPS Yeast Genome Database
- Muslim Youth of Greater Detroit (Rochester Hills, MI)
- Muslim Youth Group of the Islamic Society of Orange County
- Medford Youth Girls Softball (Massachusetts)
- Missoula Youth Homes (Missoula, MT)
- Monterey California Hyatt (Amtrak station code; Monterey, CA)
- Moorhead Youth Hockey (Moorhead, MN)
- Muslim Youth Helpline (United Kingdom)
- Myosin, Heavy Chain 12
- Malta Youth Hostels Association
- Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association (Minnesota)
- Montgomery Youth Hockey Association (Maryland)
- Moorhead Youth Hockey Association (Moorhead, MN)
- Beta-Myosin Heavy Chain (gene protein)
- Myosin, Cardiac, Heavy Chain, Alpha
- Michigan Youth Hunter Education Challenge (gun safety)
- Mining Your History Foundation (West Virginia)
- Memphis Youth Hockey League (ice hockey; Southaven, MS)
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, resistance training may reduce relative proportion of muscle containing myosin heavy chain IIX (Andersen et al.
Immunohistochemical distinction of invasive from noninvasive breast lesions: a comparative study of p63 versus calponin and smooth muscle myosin heavy chain.
Both the degradation of the myosin heavy chain and an increase in the 155-kDa component occurred earlier in AME2.
A protein called myosin heavy chain controls muscle contractions in the heart.
The myosin heavy chain (MyHC) isoforms, I, IIa, IIx and IIb (with decreasing oxidative capacity in that order), are expressed in pig skeletal muscles (Quiroz-Rothe and Rivero, 2004) and vary significantly among different NMCs (Graziotti et al.
 Human genes: MYH7, myosin heavy chain, cardiac muscle, beta; MYBPC3, myosin binding protein C, cardiac; TNNT2, troponin T type 2 (cardiac).
The myosin heavy chain can be produced in two slightly different forms, one dubbed alpha, the other beta.