noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1884 an undifferentiated cell capable of giving rise to muscle cells

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  • Myoblast — Latin myoblastus MeSH Myoblasts Code TH H2. A myoblas …   Wikipedia

  • myoblast — [mī′ō blast΄] n. a small embryonic cell that develops into a muscle cell myoblastic adj …   English World dictionary

  • Myoblast — Ein Myoblast (von griechisch μῦς, mys „Muskel“, βλάστος, blastos „Keim“), auch Sarkoblast (griech. σάρξ, sárx „Fleisch“), ist eine spindelförmige Vorläuferzelle der Skelettmuskelfasern beim Embryo. Myoblasten entwickeln sich aus Prämyoblasten im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • myoblast — n. [Gr. mys, muscle; blastos, bud] A cell that produces muscular fiber …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • myoblast — Cell that by fusion with other myoblasts gives rise to myotubes that eventually develop into skeletal muscle fibres. The term is sometimes used for all the cells recognisable as immediate precursors of skeletal muscle fibres. Alternatively, the… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • myoblast — /muy euh blast /, n. Embryol. any of the cells derived from the mesoderm in the vertebrate embryo that develop into muscle tissue. [1880 85; MYO + BLAST] * * * …   Universalium

  • myoblast — noun an undifferentiated stem cell that develops into muscle tissue …   Wiktionary

  • myoblast — A primitive muscle cell with the potentiality of developing into a muscle fiber. SYN: sarcoblast, sarcogenic cell. [myo + G. blastos, germ] * * * myo·blast mī ə .blast n an undifferentiated cell capable of giving rise to muscle cells * * * n …   Medical dictionary

  • Myoblast — My|o|blạst, der; en, en <meist Pl.> [zu griech. blastós = Spross, Trieb] (Med.): Bildungszelle der Muskelfasern …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Myoblast — My|o|blạst 〈m.; Gen.: en, Pl.: en; Med.〉 Bildungszelle für die Muskelfasern [Etym.: <Myo… + …blast] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

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