Myosin in newborn rabbits.

@article{Brny1965MyosinIN,
  title={Myosin in newborn rabbits.},
  author={M. B{\'a}r{\'a}ny and A. Tucci and K. B{\'a}r{\'a}ny and A. Volpe and T. Reckard},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
  year={1965},
  volume={111 3},
  pages={
          727
        }
}
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COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF RABBIT CARDIAC AND SKELETAL MYOSINS.
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Rabbit cardiac myosin contains fewer cysteine residues than the skeletalMyosin and the ATPase activities of both cardiac and skeletal myosins, actomyosin, and myofibrils, however, are close to each other when determined in the presence of Mg ++ at high ionic strength. Expand
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It will be shown that at any stage of development the ratio of the twitch contraction times of fast and slow muscles is approximately equal to the inverse ratio of their speeds of shortening, leading to the view that the duration of the active state is inversely proportional to the speed of longening of the contractile material. Expand
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The present paper describes a detailed study of muscle differentiation as defined by various measurements of the speed of muscle contraction, and describes the effects of various nerve lesions on this differentiation. Expand