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Concept Cell Membrane
Concept Membrane Proteins
Concept Membranes
Concept Membrane Fusion
Concept Lysosomal-Associated Membrane Protein 2
Academic Article Myoferlin is required for insulin-like growth factor response and muscle growth.
Academic Article Impaired muscle growth and response to insulin-like growth factor 1 in dysferlin-mediated muscular dystrophy.
Academic Article Endocytic recycling proteins EHD1 and EHD2 interact with fer-1-like-5 (Fer1L5) and mediate myoblast fusion.
Academic Article Myoferlin regulation by NFAT in muscle injury, regeneration and repair.
Academic Article The endocytic recycling protein EHD2 interacts with myoferlin to regulate myoblast fusion.
Academic Article Nuclear sequestration of delta-sarcoglycan disrupts the nuclear localization of lamin A/C and emerin in cardiomyocytes.
Academic Article Dysferlin and myoferlin regulate transverse tubule formation and glycerol sensitivity.
Academic Article EHD1 mediates vesicle trafficking required for normal muscle growth and transverse tubule development.
Academic Article Annexin A6 modifies muscular dystrophy by mediating sarcolemmal repair.
Academic Article Membrane fusion in muscle development and repair.
Academic Article Plasma Membrane Repair in Health and Disease.
Academic Article Enhanced Muscular Dystrophy from Loss of Dysferlin Is Accompanied by Impaired Annexin A6 Translocation after Sarcolemmal Disruption.
Academic Article An actin-dependent annexin complex mediates plasma membrane repair in muscle.
Academic Article Muscle cell communication in development and repair.
Academic Article Intermittent Glucocorticoid Dosing Improves Muscle Repair and Function in Mice with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy.
Academic Article Recombinant annexin A6 promotes membrane repair and protects against muscle injury.
Academic Article Loss of dysferlin or myoferlin results in differential defects in excitation-contraction coupling in mouse skeletal muscle.
Academic Article A conserved annexin A6-mediated membrane repair mechanism in muscle, heart, and nerve.

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