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#1 Caroline02

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Posted 04 January 2016 - 06:22 AM

Hey,

 

 

I recently read a paper regarding the regenerative process in the muscles of a mouse, the researchers were talking about a 100% increase (when treating the leg with saline) in myofiber numbers (compared to the contralateral leg) which hadn't been injured?

 

Does it mean that the number of myofiber is identical to the number preceding the injury?

 

Thanks!!

 






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