Mitosis and Intermediate-sized Filaments in Developing Skeletal Muscle

@article{Ishikawa1968MitosisAI,
  title={Mitosis and Intermediate-sized Filaments in Developing Skeletal Muscle},
  author={Harunori Ishikawa and Richard Bischoff and Howard Holtzer},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1968},
  volume={38},
  pages={538 - 555}
}
A new class of filaments intermediate in diameter between actin and myosin filaments has been demonstrated in skeletal muscle cells cultured from chick embryos. These filaments, which account for the majority of free filaments, average 100 A in diameter. They may run for more than 2 micro in a single section and can be distinguished in size and appearance from the thick and thin filaments assembled into myofibrils. The 100-A filaments are seen scattered throughout the sarcoplasm at all stages… CONTINUE READING
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