Diversity and homogeneity within endplates associated with physiologically identified static gamma-axons in cat tenuissimus muscle.

@article{Arbuthnott1992DiversityAH,
  title={Diversity and homogeneity within endplates associated with physiologically identified static gamma-axons in cat tenuissimus muscle.},
  author={E R Arbuthnott and Margaret H. Gladden and Fiona I. Sutherland},
  journal={Experimental physiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={77 3},
  pages={443-53}
}
The terminations of static gamma-axons on chain fibres may be associated with a muscle surface contour thrown into complex folds at one extreme, ranging through lesser degrees of folding to being apparently uninfluenced by the presence of the terminals. The folding is not necessarily confined to the postsynaptic membrane. As a quantitative indicator of the degree of folding seen in cross-sections, the perimeters of the two halves of the intrafusal fibre with, and without the ending were… CONTINUE READING

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