Rabbit Skeletal Muscle Glycogen

@article{Wanson1968RabbitSM,
  title={Rabbit Skeletal Muscle Glycogen},
  author={Jean-Claude Wanson and Pierre Drochmans},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1968},
  volume={38},
  pages={130 - 150}
}
Glycogen in its particulate beta-form is localized in the sarcoplasm close to the sarcoplasmic reticulum. Some particles are in close contact with the membranes, on the outer side of the vesicles. The mild technique of differential precipitation-centrifugation has been adapted to the preparation of glycogen from adult skeletal muscle. A preliminary low-speed centrifugation which eliminates the contractile protein structures and the cell debris is followed by a high-speed centrifugation which… CONTINUE READING