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The structure and function of a slowly adapting touch corpuscle in hairy skin
  • A. Iggo, A. Muir
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 1 February 1969
1. Slowly adapting cutaneous mechanoreceptors, in the cat and primates, have been studied by histological and neurophysiological methods.
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A Reconciled Estimate of IceSheet Mass Balance
the assembly. However, in practice, low yields were already observed for larger designs (up to 24,576 nucleotides attempted thus far). Solving this challenge may require improvements in structure andExpand
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The structure of the satellite cells in skeletal muscle.
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Hepatic pathology in relatives of patients with haemochromatosis.
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QUINTUPLE-LAYERED MEMBRANE JUNCTIONS AT TERMINAL BARS BETWEEN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
In electron micrographs, the plasma membrane at the surface of a cell is about 8 m# thick (16) and has a triple-layered structure consisting of two dark layers separated by a light layer. RecentExpand
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AN ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDY OF THE EMBRYOLOGY OF THE INTERCALATED DISC IN THE HEART OF THE RABBIT
  • A. Muir
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of biophysical and biochemical…
  • 25 March 1957
Prenatal and postnatal cardiac muscle from rabbits has been studied by electron microscopy, after osmium fixation and methacrylate embedding. The observations showed that 1. Cell membranes divide theExpand
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FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE CELLULAR STRUCTURE OF CARDIAC MUSCLE.
  • A. Muir
  • Medicine
  • Journal of anatomy
  • 1965
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The relationship between axons and Schwann cells during development of peripheral nerves in the rat.
  • A. Peters, A. Muir
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Quarterly journal of experimental physiology and…
  • 22 January 1959
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The fine structure of the muscle tendon junction in the rat.
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