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GO:0014730 skeletal muscle regeneration at neuromuscular junction

Term Information

ID GO:0014730
Name skeletal muscle regeneration at neuromuscular junction
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibers regenerate after injury and form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibers develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibers.
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Taxon Rule Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GOTAX:0000333 GO:0040007 growth only_in_taxon 131567 cellular organisms
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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-01-31 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibers regenerate after injury and form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibers develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibers.
2009-01-31 Deleted DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0043403 (skeletal muscle tissue regeneration)
2007-11-27 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2007-11-08 Added TERM skeletal muscle regeneration at neuromuscular junction

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-11-08 Added TERM skeletal muscle regeneration at neuromuscular junction

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-01-31 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibers regenerate after injury and form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibers develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibers.
2009-01-31 Deleted DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.
2007-11-27 Added DEFINITION The regrowth of muscle tissue to repair injured or damaged muscle fibers in the postnatal stage at the neuromuscular junction. Regeneration of neuromuscular junctions occurs in an orderly way and relies on communication between nerve and muscle. Skeletal myofibres regenerate after injury and they form neuro-muscular junctions with motor axons similar to normal ones. Regenerating myofibres develop within the basal lamina sheaths (satellite cells) of original myofibres.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0043403 (skeletal muscle tissue regeneration)
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