Triads in Foetal Skeletal Muscle

  • An Erratum to this article was published on 01 December 1967

Abstract

In the gastrocnemius muscle of the rat foetus longitudinally oriented triads were often seen near A–I junctions. This suggests that there is a change from longitudinal to transverse orientation during the development of skeletal muscle.

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  • 01 December 1967

    In the second and third sentences of the article "Triads in Foetal Skeletal Muscle" by Sheppard M. Walker and G. Randolph Schrodt (Nature, 216, 985; 1967) "the Z level of the line" should read "the level of the Z line1'. In the second line of the legend to Fig. 6 "right" should read "left".

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WALKER, S., SCHRODT, G. Triads in Foetal Skeletal Muscle. Nature 216, 985–988 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1038/216985a0

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