The tubular vacuolation process in amphibian skeletal muscle

@article{Fraser2004TheTV,
  title={The tubular vacuolation process in amphibian skeletal muscle},
  author={J. Fraser and J. Skepper and A. Hockaday and Christopher L.-H. Huang1},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research \& Cell Motility},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={613-629}
}
The exposure of amphibian muscle to osmotic shock through the introduction and subsequent withdrawal of extracellular glycerol causes ‘vacuolation’ in the transverse tubules. Such manoeuvres can also electrically isolate the transverse tubules from the surface (‘detubulation’), particularly if followed by exposures to high extracellular [Ca2+] and/or gradual cooling. This study explored factors influencing vacuolation in Rana temporaria sartorius muscle. Vacuole formation was detected using… Expand
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