PMID: 2735532Jan 1, 1989

Creatine kinase isozyme expression in embryonic chicken heart

Anatomy and Embryology
W H LamersR P Dottin

Abstract

The distribution pattern of creatine kinase (EC 2.7.3.2) isozymes in developing chicken heart was studied by immunohistochemistry. Creatine kinase M, which is absent from adult heart, is transiently expressed between 4 and 11 days of incubation. During that period, numerous muscular cells in the roof and septum of the atrium, in the interventricular septum and on top of the trabeculae cordis and at the rim of the outflow tract stain strongly with a polyclonal antibody that is specific for the M subunit. In the ventricle and outflow tract, the M-positive cells are found mainly subendocardially and in the right half, at the transition of conducting and working myocytes. Creatine kinase B, which is the predominant adult isozyme, is initially expressed to a high concentration in a small group of disperse myocardial cells in upstream part of the inflow tract. When compared to the expression pattern of cardiac myosin heavy chains, the observed creatine kinase expression pattern suggests that M-positive cells are mainly found in areas that participate in the formation of cardiac conductive tissue, whereas B-positive cells are first found in areas that are involved in the generation of cardiac rhythm.

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Mar 1, 1994·Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine·G E Lyons
Aug 31, 2014·Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology·Hana CerneckaMartin C Michel
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Related Concepts

Chick Embryo
Macro-Creatine Kinase
Heart
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Alloenzymes
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