Proposed Mechanism of Force Generation in Striated Muscle

@article{Huxley1971ProposedMO,
  title={Proposed Mechanism of Force Generation in Striated Muscle},
  author={A. Huxley and R. Simmons},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1971},
  volume={233},
  pages={533-538}
}
Recordings of the change in tension in striated muscle after a sudden alteration of the length have made it possible to suggest how the force between the thick and thin muscle filaments may be generated. 
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