Myotube length was determined on day 7. Images were captured using a BZ-9000 (Keyence, Osaka, Japan). The myotube length was determined by measuring the average length of long multinucleate fibres using the Image J software. For estimating the mean value of myotube length, the five largest myotubes in five fields for each of the three wells per sample were measured.

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