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An electron microscopic study of ferritin.
  • J. Farrant
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 1954
Abstract Electron microscope studies of ferritin show that the ferric-hydroxide-phosphate complex which constitutes up to 40% of the dry wight of the protein exists as micelless about 55 A inExpand
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Electron microscopy of a staphylococcal bacteriophage.
SUMMARY: The staphylococcal bacteriophage 3A consists of a flat, oblong head, c. 600 A. by c. 1000 A., and a long tail, c. 120 A. by c. 2900 A. Fixation with formalin destroys the integrity of theExpand
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A comparison of the morphology of vaccinia and myxoma viruses.
  • J. Farrant, F. Fenner
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Australian journal of experimental biology…
  • 1 April 1953
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Electron microscopical observations of fibrous insulin.
Abstract Electron micrographs of the fibrils of F-insulin, produced by heating soluble insulin at low p H , show that these consist of fine fibrils of minimum width 50–80 A and indefinite length. NoExpand
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Studies on the structure of muscle: II. Arthropod muscles☆
Abstract An electron microscopical examination of mechanically disintegrated insect wing muscle and crab leg muscle shows that these arthropod muscles are broken down into relatively dense myofibrilsExpand
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The structure and development of a polyhedral virus affecting the moth larva, Pterolocera amplicornis.
Thin sections of nuclei of the larvae of the pasture caterpillar Pterolocera amplicornis infected with a polyhedral virus disease have revealed details of the structure of the virus and of some ofExpand
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A polyhedral virus disease of a pasture caterpillar, Pterolocera amplicornis Walker (Anthelidae).
A new virus of the genus Borrelfna, causing a polyhedral disease in larvae of the anthelid moth Pterolocera amplicomis, is described. The polyhedral bodies are small and unusually resistant toExpand
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The morphology of red beet (Beta vulgaris L.). Mitochondria
The morphology of mitochondria extracted from beet (Beta vulgaris L.) tissue was examined by phase contrast and electron microscopy and compared with the structure of mitochondria in tissue sections.Expand
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