Robin Patten

Learn More
Muscle spindles in the tenuissimus muscle of mature golden Syrian hamsters were examined by conventional and high-resolution scanning electron microscopy (HRSEM). For conventional SEM, entire muscles were first fixed in 2.5% buffered glutaraldehyde. Spindles were then isolated with a dissecting microscope under darkfield illumination and postfixed in 1.0%(More)
particle beam feedback system using constant-amplitude, 1000 V, 12 ns pulses has been built to provide longitudinal and horizontal feedback for stabilizing 14 ns spaced bunches for use in CESR (Cornell Electron Storage Ring). The pulse rate is modulated to obtain proportional amplitude control and the pulse arrival time is modulated to obtain both positive(More)
Muscle spindles and extrafusal fibers in the tenuissimus muscle of mature golden Syrian hamsters were studied morphologically and quantitatively using several light microscopic techniques. Muscle spindles were identified in serial-transverse frozen-sections of whole muscles stained with hematoxylin and eosin. Five tenuissimus muscles were examined from(More)
  • 1