Richard S. Bear

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From analysis of x-ray diffraction patterns obtained with improved small-angle techniques has been derived the following description for the structure of the fibrils of the fibrous protein, paramyosin, obtained in this case from "white" portions of the adductor muscle of the clam, Venus mercenaria: 1. About 25 significantly different diffraction maxima have(More)
Earlier small-angle X-ray diffraction studies have indicated that central and peripheral nerve myelins may be significantly different structurally, although relatively few examples for each system and for individual species have been examined. In order to understand better the intra- and inter-system relationships, this study has developed more extensive(More)