Muscle Damage and Regeneration
A special issue of Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology (ISSN 2411-5142).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2017) | Viewed by 11644
Interests: skeletal muscle; muscle regeneration; muscle histology; muscle histochemistry; muscle ultrastructure; muscle pathology
Although conditioned by the type of damage, skeletal muscles have a high capacity to regenerate after injury. This phenomenon of muscle regeneration is clinically important for several reasons. First, because muscle regeneration is part of the pathology of some muscular diseases, and of traumatic and sports injuries. Second, understanding the mechanisms of muscle damage and the different phases of the regenerative / reparative process is prerequisite to acting on the process and properly assessing its evolution through imaging techniques, such as ultrasound and MRI. And third, muscle regeneration is the basis for understanding and developing different therapeutic strategies, especially those that fall within the area of regenerative medicine: the stimulation of regenerative capacity, cell therapy, and tissue engineering.
Muscle regeneration is therefore an area of basic and clinical research that receives much attention from different points of view and that concerns not only to researchers, but also neurologists, rheumatologists, radiologists, rehabilitators, physiotherapists, kinesiologists, and physical educators. For this Special Issue, “Muscle Damage and Regeneration”, authors are invited to submit original research papers and current review articles on this field.
Prof. Dr. José Peña-Amaro
Prof. Dr. Mark Willems
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- muscle damage
- muscle injury
- muscle regeneration
- satellite cells
- muscle tissue engineering
- muscle exercise
- muscle fibrosis
- muscle precursors cells