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The formation of synapses in amphibian striated muscle during development

The Journal of Physiology

Oct 1, 1975

M R Bennett, A G Pettigrew

PMID: 494

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1. A study has been made of the formation of synapses in developing reinnervated and cross-reinnervated amphibian twitch muscles which receive either a focal (iliofibularis) or a distributed (sartorius) innervation from 'en plaque' nerve terminals using histological, ultrastructural and...read more

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Amphibians
Myogenesis
Bufo marinus
Neurosteroids
Muscle Cells
Muscle Innervation, Function
Salientia
Nerve Endings
Dental Plaque
Structure of Sartorius Muscle
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The formation of synapses in amphibian striated muscle during development

The Journal of Physiology

Oct 1, 1975

M R Bennett, A G Pettigrew

PMID: 494

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Abstract

1. A study has been made of the formation of synapses in developing reinnervated and cross-reinnervated amphibian twitch muscles which receive either a focal (iliofibularis) or a distributed (sartorius) innervation from 'en plaque' nerve terminals using histological, ultrastructural and...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Amphibians
Myogenesis
Bufo marinus
Neurosteroids
Muscle Cells
Muscle Innervation, Function
Salientia
Nerve Endings
Dental Plaque
Structure of Sartorius Muscle

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