Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice

Schimmelpfeng J, Jockusch H, Heimann P (1987)
Cell Tissue Research 249(2): 351-357.

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Schimmelpfeng J, Jockusch H, Heimann P. Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice. Cell Tissue Research. 1987;249(2):351-357.
Schimmelpfeng, J., Jockusch, H., & Heimann, P. (1987). Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice. Cell Tissue Research, 249(2), 351-357.
Schimmelpfeng, J., Jockusch, H., and Heimann, P. (1987). Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice. Cell Tissue Research 249, 351-357.
Schimmelpfeng, J., Jockusch, H., & Heimann, P., 1987. Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice. Cell Tissue Research, 249(2), p 351-357.
J. Schimmelpfeng, H. Jockusch, and P. Heimann, “Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice”, Cell Tissue Research, vol. 249, 1987, pp. 351-357.
Schimmelpfeng, J., Jockusch, H., Heimann, P.: Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice. Cell Tissue Research. 249, 351-357 (1987).
Schimmelpfeng, J, Jockusch, Harald, and Heimann, Peter. “Increased density of satellite cells in the absence of fiber degeneration in muscle of myotonic mice”. Cell Tissue Research 249.2 (1987): 351-357.
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