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State the difference between adult cardiomyocytes that have completed cell cycle and those that have stopped at the end of mitosis..
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think about why cells don't get past the mitosis stage, this will a difference
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I have no ideaa
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I believe it could be to do with those that enter the G0 phase so wont go through the cell cycle again? though I may be wrong about this
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Cardiac myocytes undergo rapid cell division during fetal life but exit the cell cycle soon after birth in mammals as they become adult cardio myocytes
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Cardiac myocytes undergo rapid cell division during fetal life but exit the cell cycle soon after birth in mammals as they become adult cardio myocytes
So whats the difference?
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(Original post by rforlife3451)
So whats the difference?
adult cardio myocytes majorly increase in cell size (not cell numbers) unlike cardio myocytes that are at last stage of mitosis
Reference : first few sentences frm here https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2708177/
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