The cellular sources of regeneration of longitudinal muscles were studied in the holothurian Apostichopus japonicus. An autoradiographic method tracing the distribution of cells labeled with tritiated thymidine (3HT) revealed that the majority of 3HT-cells, which were initially localized in the coelomic epithelium of muscles and the body wall at the beginning of active morphogenesis, were then found in the structure of new muscular bundles during subsequent terms of restoration. Thus, the coelomic epithelium of the body wall participated in the regeneration of muscle tissue concurrently with the coelomic epithelium of muscle, contributing to the recruitment of a pool of myogenic cells.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 23, 2007
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