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THE CHARGE PROFILE OF THE TROPOCOLLAGEN MACROMOLECULE AND THE PACKING ARRANGEMENT IN NATIVE-TYPE COLLAGEN FIBRILS.
  • A. J. Hodge, F. Schmitt
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 February 1960
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COLLAGEN STRUCTURES CONSIDERED AS STATES OF AGGREGATION OF A KINETIC UNIT. THE TROPOCOLLAGEN PARTICLE.
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A New Particle Type in Certain Connective Tissue Extracts.
I Acknowledgment is due E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., for this sample and relevant data. 1 Heidelberger, M., and Avery, 0. T., J. Exptl. Med., 38, 73 (1923); 40,301 (1924). 2 Hotchkiss, R.Expand
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The interaction of mucoprotein with soluble collagen; an electron microscope study.
The collagen of certain forms of connective tissue, such as rat tail tendon and the fish swin bladder (ichthyocol), dissolve in dilute acid to yield a clear, relatively viscous solution. When NaCl isExpand
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THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE NERVE AXON SHEATH
1. In avoiding certain inherent indeterminacies in classical morphological methods and in obtaining further details regarding the microscopic and ultra‐microscopic structure of nerve axon sheaths,Expand
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THE STRUCTURE OF THE SCHWANN CELL AND ITS RELATION TO THE AXON IN CERTAIN INVERTEBRATE NERVE FIBERS.
  • B. B. Geren, F. Schmitt
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 September 1954
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An investigation of cross striations and myosin filaments in muscle.
1. Electron micrographs were made of myofibrils isolated from frog and other skeletal muscles fixed in formalin. The structure with respect to the location and disposition of the principal crossExpand
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THE ROLE OF LIPOIDS IN THE X-RAY DIFFRACTION PATTERNS OF NERVE.
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