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Cardiac Muscle Electron Micrograph

This is a historic (1969) EM showing key features in cardiac muscle ultrastructure. (Stain - Osmium)

A portion of the nucleus of a cardiac muscle cell showing the peripheral dis- tribution of the chromatin typical of glutaraldehyde-fixed muscle . Adjacent to the nucleus is a small portion of the Golgi complex and three centrioles (Ce). Since centrioles generally occur in pairs, it is assumed that a fourth centriole is present but out of the plane of section.


Legend

  • Ncl - nucleus.
  • Ce - centrioles

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Links: EM Image | EM Image cells labeled | HM Practical - Cardiac Histology

Reference

<pubmed>4891913</pubmed>| PMC2107571

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