Electron Microscopic Investigations of Actomyosin as a Function of Ionic Strength

@article{Ikemoto1968ElectronMI,
  title={Electron Microscopic Investigations of Actomyosin as a Function of Ionic Strength},
  author={Noriaki Ikemoto and Shuji Kitagawa and Akio Nakamura and John Gergely},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1968},
  volume={39},
  pages={620 - 629}
}
Natural actomyosin at micro = 0.6 appears in various forms, including the regular arrowhead structures originally reported by Huxley (1), when it has been stained negatively with 1% uranyl acetate. In addition to the arrowheads, thin whiskers, 700-1200 A in length and 20 A in width, attached to the arm of the arrowheads have been demonstrated. The… CONTINUE READING