A W Hobbs

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The effects of neuromuscular block on the pattern of distribution of myosin isozymes in developing skeletal muscle fibers was examined by immunocytochemistry. The homogeneous population of fibers in the anterior latissimus dorsi (ALD) of the 18-day chick embryo was converted by curare to a mosaic of at least two categories of fibers. Normally all fibers in(More)
Immunocytochemical characteristics of myosin have been demonstrated directly in normal and cross-reinnervated skeletal muscle fibers whose physiological properties have been defined. Fibers belonging to individual motor units were identified by the glycogen-depletion method, which permits correlation of cytochemical and physiological data on the same(More)
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