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What are two molecules that make up cardiomyocytes or myocardiocyteal muscle cells, and what atoms make up those molecules?

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The cells that make up the cardiac muscle also known as the cardiomyocytes or myocardiocyteal muscle cells consist of one, two, or very infrequently three or four cell nuclei. There are two wide-ranging types of voluntary muscle fibers which include the slow twitch and the fast twitch. Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardiac_muscle for more information.

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