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Satellite cell of skeletal muscle

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satellite cell of skeletal muscle

(Science: anatomy) An elongated spindle-shaped cell occupying depressions in the sarcolemma and between it and the basal lamina; believed to play a role in muscle repair and regeneration by fusing with adjacent myofibre.

Synonym: sarcoplast.