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1981). The molecular control of muscle and cartilage development. In “Levels of Genetic Control in Development” (S. Subtelny andh U. ), pp. 37-68. New York Alan R. Liss. , and Mauger, A. (1977). Limb-somite relationship: Origin of the limb musculature. J. Embryol. Exp. Morph. 41,245-258. , and Mauger, A. (1978). Limb-somite relationship: Effect of removal of somitic mesoderm on the wing musculature. J. Embryol. Exp. Morph. 43,263-278. , and Jacob, M. (1974). Ober den U r s p m g der Flugelmuskulature.

Introduction Myogenesis became one of the favorite model systems for the study of differentiation in the 197Os,largely because skeletal-muscle myoblasts could be grown in culture, where they will fuse to form myotubes that accumulatemuscle proteins. The myoblast-to-myotube transition is normally accompanied by the activation of muscle-specific genes. This process can be followed in primary cultures, often derived from late fetal or neonatal rat or chick muscle or in permanent muscle cell lines, most of which are of rat or mouse origin.

Caplan, A. (1981). The molecular control of muscle and cartilage development. In “Levels of Genetic Control in Development” (S. Subtelny andh U. ), pp. 37-68. New York Alan R. Liss. , and Mauger, A. (1977). Limb-somite relationship: Origin of the limb musculature. J. Embryol. Exp. Morph. 41,245-258. , and Mauger, A. (1978). Limb-somite relationship: Effect of removal of somitic mesoderm on the wing musculature. J. Embryol. Exp. Morph. 43,263-278. , and Jacob, M. (1974). Ober den U r s p m g der Flugelmuskulature.

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