Muscular Dystrophy in the Siamese Fighting Fish as an Aberration of the Connective Tissue

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RECENTLY I carried out a histochemical study of the ability of connective tissue in normal muscles and atrophied muscles of Iguana iguana to dephosphorylate various high-energy phosphates derived from adenosine monophosphate and some other compounds1.

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STOLK, A. Muscular Dystrophy in the Siamese Fighting Fish as an Aberration of the Connective Tissue. Nature 188, 751–752 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/188751b0

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