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Nuclear chain fibre

nuclear chain fibre

The shortest and most numerous type of intrafusal muscle fibre's in a neuromuscular spindle, containing a single row of centrally positioned nuclei.


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... of two things: Living cells and abiotic fibres, created by their cells. These fibes include ... an important role in protein synthesis and nuclear division and transmit electrical signals ... and maintaining the cytoskeleton protein chains and play a huge role during cell division. ...

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