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Muscle Satellite Cell Electron Micrograph

Transverse section of a skeletal muscle fiber from the rat sartorius (courtesy of Dr. G. Palade).

  • apposing plasma membranes of the satellite cell (sp) and the muscle cell (mp) are seen at the inner border of the satellite cell.
  • basement membrane (bm) can be seen extending over the "gap" between the plasma membrane of the muscle cell and the satellite cell.

Methacrylate embedding. Stained with PbOH. X 22,000.


Links: Satellite cell EM1 | Satellite cell EM labelled | Muscle Development

Reference

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