Three-dimensional image reconstruction of insect flight muscle. II. The rigor actin layer

@article{Taylor1989ThreedimensionalIR,
  title={Three-dimensional image reconstruction of insect flight muscle. II. The rigor actin layer},
  author={Kenneth A. Taylor and Mary C. Reedy and Leonidas C{\'o}rdova and Michael K. Reedy},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1989},
  volume={109},
  pages={1103 - 1123}
}
The averaged structure of rigor cross-bridges in insect flight muscle is further revealed by three-dimensional reconstruction from 25-nm sections containing a single layer of thin filaments. These exhibit two thin filament orientations that differ by 60 degrees from each other and from myac layer filaments. Data from multiple tilt views (to +/- 60 degrees) was supplemented by data from thick sections (equivalent to 90 degrees tilts). In combination with the reconstruction from the myac layer… CONTINUE READING
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