Feet, bridges, and pillars in triad junctions of mammalian skeletal muscle: Their possible relationship to calcium buffers in terminal cisternae and T-tubules and to excitation-contraction coupling

@article{Dulhunty2005FeetBA,
  title={Feet, bridges, and pillars in triad junctions of mammalian skeletal muscle: Their possible relationship to calcium buffers in terminal cisternae and T-tubules and to excitation-contraction coupling},
  author={A. Dulhunty},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={109},
  pages={73-83}
}
  • A. Dulhunty
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of Membrane Biology
SummaryThe structure of the triad junction was examined in thin sections of mammalian fast-twitch skeletal muscle. The aims of the experiments were twofold: first, to examine relationships between the contents of the junctional gap and the terminal cisternae that could be significant in excitation-contraction coupling and, second, to look for structures in the transverse tubules that could support a calcium buffer system. Procedures known to stabilize cytoskeletal elements were used in an… Expand
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