Multinucleate Muscle Cell

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Unlike cardiac muscle cells and smooth muscle cells, which have a single nucleus, a skeletal muscle cell contains many nuclei, and is referred to as “multinucleated.” These muscle cells are long and fibrous (often referred to as muscle fibers). During development, many smaller cells fuse to form a mature muscle fiber. The nuclei of the fused cells are conserved in the mature cell, thus imparting a multinucleate characteristic to mature muscle cells.

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Cut Rita Zahara

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“Multinucleate Muscle Cell,” Open Educational Resource (OER) , accessed September 29, 2022, http://oer.iain-padangsidimpuan.ac.id/items/show/966.