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  1. Tetraspanins are a family of proteins known to assemble protein complexes at the cell membrane. They are thought to play diverse cellular functions in tissues by modifying protein-binding partners, thus bringi...

    Authors: Arielle Hall, Tatiana Fontelonga, Alec Wright, Katlynn Bugda Gwilt, Jeffrey Widrick, Alessandra Pasut, Francesco Villa, Cynthia K. Miranti, Devin Gibbs, Evan Jiang, Hui Meng, Michael W. Lawlor and Emanuela Gussoni
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:34
  2. The RYR1 gene, which encodes the sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium release channel or type 1 ryanodine receptor (RyR1) of skeletal muscle, was sequenced in 1988 and RYR1 variations that impair calcium homeostasis an...

    Authors: Tokunbor A. Lawal, Joshua J. Todd, Jessica W. Witherspoon, Carsten G. Bönnemann, James J. Dowling, Susan L. Hamilton, Katherine G. Meilleur and Robert T. Dirksen
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:32
  3. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a progressive muscle wasting disorder stemming from a loss of functional dystrophin. Current therapeutic options for DMD are limited, as small molecule modalities remain la...

    Authors: David W. Frederick, Alan V. McDougal, Melisa Semenas, Johanna Vappiani, Andrea Nuzzo, John C. Ulrich, J. David Becherer, Frank Preugschat, Eugene L. Stewart, Daniel C. Sévin and H. Fritz Kramer
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:30
  4. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a severe neuromuscular disorder and is one of the most common muscular dystrophies. There are currently few effective therapies to treat the disease, although many small-mo...

    Authors: Gist H. Farr III, Melanie Morris, Arianna Gomez, Thao Pham, Elisabeth Kilroy, Elizabeth U. Parker, Shery Said, Clarissa Henry and Lisa Maves
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:29
  5. Satellite cells are the canonical muscle stem cells that regenerate damaged skeletal muscle. Loss of function of these cells has been linked to reduced muscle repair capacity and compromised muscle health in a...

    Authors: Sean M. Buchanan, Feodor D. Price, Alessandra Castiglioni, Amanda Wagner Gee, Joel Schneider, Mark N. Matyas, Monica Hayhurst, Mohammadsharif Tabebordbar, Amy J. Wagers and Lee L. Rubin
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:28
  6. Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) is a skeletal muscle disorder that is caused by derepression of the transcription factor DUX4 in skeletal muscle cells. Apart from SMCHD1, DNMT3B was recently iden...

    Authors: Linde F. Bouwman, Bianca den Hamer, Elwin P. Verveer, Lente J. S. Lerink, Yvonne D. Krom, Silvère M. van der Maarel and Jessica C. de Greef
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:27
  7. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a degenerative muscle disease caused by mutations in the dystrophin gene. Loss of dystrophin prevents the formation of a critical connection between the muscle cell membran...

    Authors: Cynthia Shu, Liubov Parfenova, Ekaterina Mokhonova, Judd R. Collado, Robert Damoiseaux, Jesus Campagna, Varghese John and Rachelle H. Crosbie
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:26
  8. Elderly populations are susceptible to critical limb ischemia (CLI), but conventional treatments cannot significantly decrease amputation and mortality. Although exercise is an effective “non-pharmacological m...

    Authors: Wuyang He, Peng Wang, Qingwei Chen and Chunqiu Li
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:25
  9. Distal arthrogryposis (DA) is a group of autosomal dominant skeletal muscle diseases characterized by congenital contractures of distal limb joints. The most common cause of DA is a mutation of the embryonic m...

    Authors: Yiming Guo, William A. Kronert, Karen H. Hsu, Alice Huang, Floyd Sarsoza, Kaylyn M. Bell, Jennifer A. Suggs, Douglas M. Swank and Sanford I. Bernstein
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:24
  10. Canine models of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) are a valuable tool to evaluate potential therapies because they faithfully reproduce the human disease. Several cases of dystrophinopathies have been describ...

    Authors: Inès Barthélémy, Nadège Calmels, Robert B. Weiss, Laurent Tiret, Adeline Vulin, Nicolas Wein, Cécile Peccate, Carole Drougard, Christophe Beroud, Nathalie Deburgrave, Jean-Laurent Thibaud, Catherine Escriou, Isabel Punzón, Luis Garcia, Jean-Claude Kaplan, Kevin M. Flanigan…
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:23
  11. Satellite cells (SCs) are required for muscle repair following injury and are involved in muscle remodeling upon muscular contractions. Exercise stimulates SC accumulation and myonuclear accretion. To what ext...

    Authors: Evi Masschelein, Gommaar D’Hulst, Joel Zvick, Laura Hinte, Inés Soro-Arnaiz, Tatiane Gorski, Ferdinand von Meyenn, Ori Bar-Nur and Katrien De Bock
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:21
  12. Skeletal muscle is increasingly considered an endocrine organ secreting myokines and extracellular vesicles (exosomes and microvesicles), which can affect physiological changes with an impact on different path...

    Authors: Laura Le Gall, Zamalou Gisele Ouandaogo, Ekene Anakor, Owen Connolly, Gillian Butler Browne, Jeanne Laine, William Duddy and Stephanie Duguez
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:20
  13. Single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) facilitates the unbiased reconstruction of multicellular tissue systems in health and disease. Here, we present a curated scRNA-seq dataset of human muscle samples from 1...

    Authors: Andrea J. De Micheli, Jason A. Spector, Olivier Elemento and Benjamin D. Cosgrove
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:19
  14. Laminin-α2-related congenital muscular dystrophy (LAMA2-CMD) is a devastating genetic disease caused by mutations in the LAMA2 gene. These mutations result in progressive muscle wasting and inflammation leadin...

    Authors: Pamela Barraza-Flores, Hailey J. Hermann, Christina R. Bates, Tyler G. Allen, Timothy T. Grunert and Dean J. Burkin
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:18
  15. Skeletal muscle function is essential for health, and it depends on the proper activity of myofibers and their innervating motor neurons. Each adult muscle is composed of different types of myofibers with dist...

    Authors: Tania Incitti, Alessandro Magli, Asher Jenkins, Karena Lin, Ami Yamamoto and Rita C. R. Perlingeiro
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:17
  16. Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by loss of alpha motor neurons and skeletal muscle atrophy. The disease is caused by mutations of the SMN1 gene that result in reduced fu...

    Authors: Guzal Khayrullina, Kasey E. Moritz, James F. Schooley, Naheed Fatima, Coralie Viollet, Nikki M. McCormack, Jeremy T. Smyth, Martin L. Doughty, Clifton L. Dalgard, Thomas P. Flagg and Barrington G. Burnett
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:16
  17. The arrangement of myonuclei in skeletal muscle tissue has long been used as a biomarker for muscle health, but there is a dearth of in vivo exploration of potential effects of myonuclear organization on the f...

    Authors: Robert Louis Hastings, Ryan T. Massopust, Seth G. Haddix, Young il Lee and Wesley J. Thompson
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:15
  18. PGC-1 (peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptor-γ coactivator-1) alpha is a potent transcriptional coactivator that coordinates the activation of numerous metabolic processes. Exercise strongly induces PGC-1...

    Authors: Steven Yang, Emanuele Loro, Shogo Wada, Boa Kim, Wei-Ju Tseng, Kristina Li, Tejvir S. Khurana and Zoltan Arany
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:14
  19. In Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), DYSTROPHIN deficiency exposes myofibers to repeated cycles of contraction/degeneration, ultimately leading to muscle loss and replacement by fibrotic tissue. DMD pathology...

    Authors: Luca Caputo, Alice Granados, Jessica Lenzi, Alessandro Rosa, Slimane Ait-Si-Ali, Pier Lorenzo Puri and Sonia Albini
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:13
  20. Pulmonary hypertension leads to right ventricular heart failure and ultimately to cardiac cachexia. Cardiac cachexia induces skeletal muscles atrophy and contractile dysfunction. MAFbx and MuRF1 are two key pr...

    Authors: Thanh Nguyen, T. Scott Bowen, Antje Augstein, Antje Schauer, Alexander Gasch, Axel Linke, Siegfried Labeit and Volker Adams
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:12
  21. Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β)-Smad2/3 is the major signaling pathway of fibrosis, which is characterized by the excessive production and accumulation of extracellular matrix (ECM) components, includi...

    Authors: Naoya Kakutani, Shingo Takada, Hideo Nambu, Junichi Matsumoto, Takaaki Furihata, Takashi Yokota, Arata Fukushima and Shintaro Kinugawa
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:11
  22. Defects in α-dystroglycan (DG) glycosylation characterize a group of muscular dystrophies known as dystroglycanopathies. One of the key effectors in the α-DG glycosylation pathway is the glycosyltransferase fu...

    Authors: Karim Azzag, Carolina Ortiz-Cordero, Nelio A. J. Oliveira, Alessandro Magli, Sridhar Selvaraj, Sudheer Tungtur, Weston Upchurch, Paul A. Iaizzo, Qi Long Lu and Rita C. R. Perlingeiro
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:10
  23. Following the publication of this paper [1], it was brought to the authors’ attention that one of the contributing authors was left off of the paper. The authors apologize for the unfortunate oversight. In thi...

    Authors: Frank Li, Justin Kolb, Julie Crudele, Paola Tonino, Zaynab Hourani, John E. Smith III, Jeffrey S. Chamberlain and Henk Granzier
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:9

    The original article was published in Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:2

  24. All types of facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) are caused by the aberrant activation of the somatically silent DUX4 gene, the expression of which initiates a cascade of cellular events ultimately lead...

    Authors: Takako I. Jones, Guo-Liang Chew, Pamela Barraza-Flores, Spencer Schreier, Monique Ramirez, Ryan D. Wuebbles, Dean J. Burkin, Robert K. Bradley and Peter L. Jones
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:8
  25. Skeletal muscles are composed of a heterogeneous collection of fiber types with different physiological adaption in response to a stimulus and disease-related conditions. Each fiber has a specific molecular ex...

    Authors: Sebastian Kallabis, Lena Abraham, Stefan Müller, Verena Dzialas, Clara Türk, Janica Lea Wiederstein, Theresa Bock, Hendrik Nolte, Leonardo Nogara, Bert Blaauw, Thomas Braun and Marcus Krüger
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:7
  26. Cancer-associated muscle wasting (CAW), a symptom of cancer cachexia, is associated with approximately 20% of lung cancer deaths and remains poorly characterized on a mechanistic level. Current animal models f...

    Authors: Paige C. Arneson-Wissink, Alexandra M. Ducharme and Jason D. Doles
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:6
  27. Hexose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (H6PD) is a generator of NADPH in the Endoplasmic/Sarcoplasmic Reticulum (ER/SR). Interaction of H6PD with 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 provides NADPH to support oxo...

    Authors: Craig L. Doig, Agnieszka E. Zielinska, Rachel S. Fletcher, Lucy A. Oakey, Yasir S. Elhassan, Antje Garten, David Cartwright, Silke Heising, Ahmed Alsheri, David G. Watson, Cornelia Prehn, Jerzy Adamski, Daniel A. Tennant and Gareth G. Lavery
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:5
  28. Skeletal muscle is among the most age-sensitive tissues in mammal organisms. Significant changes in its resident stem cells (i.e., satellite cells, SCs), differentiated cells (i.e., myofibers), and extracellul...

    Authors: Jessy Etienne, Chao Liu, Colin M. Skinner, Michael J. Conboy and Irina M. Conboy
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:4
  29. Dystrophin deficiency sensitizes skeletal muscle of mice to eccentric contraction (ECC)-induced strength loss. ECC protocols distinguish dystrophin-deficient from healthy, wild type muscle, and test the effica...

    Authors: Angus Lindsay, Cory W. Baumann, Robyn T. Rebbeck, Samantha L. Yuen, William M. Southern, James S. Hodges, Razvan L. Cornea, David D. Thomas, James M. Ervasti and Dawn A. Lowe
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:3
  30. Nebulin is a critical thin filament-binding protein that spans from the Z-disk of the skeletal muscle sarcomere to near the pointed end of the thin filament. Its massive size and actin-binding property allows ...

    Authors: Frank Li, Justin Kolb, Julie Crudele, Paola Tonino, Zaynab Hourani, John E. Smith III, Jeffrey S. Chamberlain and Henk Granzier
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:2

    The Correction to this article has been published in Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:9

  31. Skeletal muscle atrophy is the net loss of muscle mass that results from an imbalance in protein synthesis and protein degradation. It occurs in response to several stimuli including disease, injury, starvatio...

    Authors: Clayton Whitmore, Evan P.S. Pratt, Luke Anderson, Kevin Bradley, Sawyer M. Latour, Mariam N. Hashmi, Albert K. Urazaev, Rod Weilbaecher, Judith K. Davie, Wen-Horng Wang, Gregory H. Hockerman and Amber L. Pond
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2020 10:1
  32. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is caused by loss of sarcolemma connection to the extracellular matrix. Transgenic overexpression of the transmembrane protein sarcospan (SSPN) in the DMD mdx mouse model signifi...

    Authors: Cynthia Shu, Ariana N. Kaxon-Rupp, Judd R. Collado, Robert Damoiseaux and Rachelle H. Crosbie
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:32
  33. Myogenesis is driven by specific changes in the transcriptome that occur during the different stages of muscle differentiation. In addition to controlled transcriptional transitions, several other post-transcr...

    Authors: Kristen K. Bjorkman, Massimo Buvoli, Emily K. Pugach, Michael M. Polmear and Leslie A. Leinwand
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:31
  34. The mammalian target of rapamycin complex 2 (mTORC2), containing the essential protein rictor, regulates cellular metabolism and cytoskeletal organization by phosphorylating protein kinases, such as PKB/Akt, P...

    Authors: Nathalie Rion, Perrine Castets, Shuo Lin, Leonie Enderle, Judith R. Reinhard and Markus A. Rüegg
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:30
  35. Low lean body mass is the most important predictor of sarcopenia with strong genetic background. The aim of this study was to uncover genetic factors underlying lean mass development.

    Authors: Yu-Fang Pei, Wen-Zhu Hu, Xiao-Lin Yang, Xin-Tong Wei, Gui-Juan Feng, Hong Zhang, Hui Shen, Qing Tian, Hong-Wen Deng and Lei Zhang
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:28
  36. Local injection of BaCl2 is an established model of acute injury to study the regeneration of skeletal muscle. However, the mechanism by which BaCl2 causes muscle injury is unresolved. Because Ba2+ inhibits K+ ch...

    Authors: Aaron B. Morton, Charles E. Norton, Nicole L. Jacobsen, Charmain A. Fernando, D. D. W. Cornelison and Steven S. Segal
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:27
  37. Skeletal muscle mass and strength are crucial determinants of health. Muscle mass loss is associated with weakness, fatigue, and insulin resistance. In fact, it is predicted that controlling muscle atrophy can...

    Authors: Duarte M. S. Ferreira, Arthur J. Cheng, Leandro Z. Agudelo, Igor Cervenka, Thomas Chaillou, Jorge C. Correia, Margareta Porsmyr-Palmertz, Manizheh Izadi, Alicia Hansson, Vicente Martínez-Redondo, Paula Valente-Silva, Amanda T. Pettersson-Klein, Jennifer L. Estall, Matthew M. Robinson, K. Sreekumaran Nair, Johanna T. Lanner…
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:26
  38. During muscle regeneration, the chemokine CXCL12 (SDF-1) and the synthesis of some specific heparan sulfates (HS) have been shown to be critical. CXCL12 activity has been shown to be heavily influenced by its ...

    Authors: David Hardy, Mylène Fefeu, Aurore Besnard, David Briand, Paméla Gasse, Fernando Arenzana-Seisdedos, Pierre Rocheteau and Fabrice Chrétien
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:25
  39. Inflammation is a recognized contributor to muscle wasting. Research in injury and myopathy suggests that interactions between the skeletal muscle and immune cells confer a pro-inflammatory environment that in...

    Authors: Ana Anoveros-Barrera, Amritpal S. Bhullar, Cynthia Stretch, Abha R. Dunichand-Hoedl, Karen J. B. Martins, Aja Rieger, David Bigam, Todd McMullen, Oliver F. Bathe, Charles T. Putman, Catherine J. Field, Vickie E. Baracos and Vera C. Mazurak
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:24
  40. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly used to treat sports-related muscle injuries. However, NSAIDs were recently shown to impede the muscle healing process after acute injury. Migration o...

    Authors: Chih-Hao Liao, Li-Ping Lin, Tung-Yang Yu, Chih-Chin Hsu, Jong-Hwei S. Pang and Wen-Chung Tsai
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:23
  41. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a genetic disease evoked by a mutation in the dystrophin gene. It is associated with progressive muscle degeneration and increased inflammation. Up to this date, mainly ant...

    Authors: Iwona Bronisz-Budzyńska, Katarzyna Chwalenia, Olga Mucha, Paulina Podkalicka, Karolina-Bukowska-Strakova, Alicja Józkowicz, Agnieszka Łoboda, Magdalena Kozakowska and Józef Dulak
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:22
  42. Secondary dystroglycanopathies are muscular dystrophies that result from mutations in genes that participate in Dystroglycan glycosylation. Glycosylation of Dystroglycan is essential for muscle fibers to adher...

    Authors: Erin C. Bailey, Sarah S. Alrowaished, Elisabeth A. Kilroy, Emma S. Crooks, Daisy M. Drinkert, Chaya M. Karunasiri, Joseph J. Belanger, Andre Khalil, Joshua B. Kelley and Clarissa A. Henry
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:21
  43. Estrogen signaling is indispensable for muscle regeneration, yet the role of estrogen in the development of muscle inflammation, especially in the intramuscular T cell response, and the influence on the intrin...

    Authors: Zhao Hong Liao, Tao Huang, Jiang Wei Xiao, Rui Cai Gu, Jun Ouyang, Gang Wu and Hua Liao
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:20

    The Correction to this article has been published in Skeletal Muscle 2022 12:15

  44. Sexually dimorphic growth has been attributed to the growth hormone (GH)/insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1) axis, particularly GH-induced activation of the intracellular signal transducer and activator of tra...

    Authors: Ryan G. Paul, Alex S. Hennebry, Marianne S. Elston, John V. Conaglen and Chris D. McMahon
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:19
  45. Trauma-induced heterotopic ossification (HO) is a complication that develops under three conditions: the presence of an osteogenic progenitor cell, an inducing factor, and a permissive environment. We previous...

    Authors: Geneviève Drouin, Vanessa Couture, Marc-Antoine Lauzon, Frédéric Balg, Nathalie Faucheux and Guillaume Grenier
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:18
  46. Skeletal muscle contributes to roughly 40% of lean body mass, and its loss contributes to morbidity and mortality in a variety of pathogenic conditions. Significant insights into muscle function have been made...

    Authors: Lance T. Denes, Lance A. Riley, Joseph R. Mijares, Juan D. Arboleda, Kendra McKee, Karyn A. Esser and Eric T. Wang
    Citation: Skeletal Muscle 2019 9:17

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