Muscle cells’ social etiquette: are they aloof, friendly or just good talkers?

7 Sept 2012: In the embryo, muscle cells grow and knit together to eventually make up the size and shape of every muscle in the adult body. How do they do this? The answer is vital for treating muscular disease, because discovering how muscle is made will help to us understand how to fix the molecular machinery in muscles that don’t work.

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