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Muskelwachstum und IGF-I bei Schweinen unterschiedlichen Geschlechts*
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Title ofthe paper: <b>Growth of skeletal muscle and IGF-I in pigs of different sex</b><br> IGF-I is a pluripotent factor that is involved in regulation of growth, differentiation and a large number of functions in numerous tissues and their cells. IGF-I is synthesized by hepatocytes (endocrine role) and several extrahepatic tissues (e.g. skeletal muscle; autoerine and paracrine role). In our study, we describe the postnatal growth of the skeletal muscles in pigs of various sex taking intodoi:10.5194/aab-42-619-1999 fatcat:vxsjj5z4vbbodjrqeocz2sf63u