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The portion of sarcoplasmic reticulum devoted to calcium ion storage and calcium ion release. [GOC:mtg_muscle]
National Institutes of Health
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Feet, bridges, and pillars in triad junctions of mammalian skeletal muscle: Their possible relationship to calcium buffers in terminal cisternae and T-tubules and to excitation-contraction coupling
The Journal of Membrane Biology
Corpus ID: 6699200
SummaryThe structure of the triad junction was examined in thin sections of mammalian fast-twitch skeletal muscle. The aims of…
High resolution scanning electron-microscopic study on the three-dimensional structure of the sarcoplasmic reticulum in the slow (tonic) muscle fibers of the frog, Rana nigromaculata
Cell and Tissue Research
Corpus ID: 22298902
SummaryThe three-dimensional structure of the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) in the slow (tonic) fibers of the reclus abdominis…
Width of the junctional gap of the triad of various sarcomere lengths in frog skeletal muscle.
The Japanese journal of physiology
Corpus ID: 11499970
The width of the junctional gap between the cytoplasmic leaflets of the transverse tubule (TT) and the terminal cisterna (TC) of…
[Obstruction of the terminal cisterna as a result of surgery for intervertebral disk prolapse].
Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska
Corpus ID: 817652
The authors describe two cases of obliteration of the terminal cistema as a complication developing late after removal of two…
[The fine structure of the space between T-system and terminal cisterna in extraocular muscle].
Nippon Ganka Gakkai zasshi
Corpus ID: 40691068
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