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Anisotropic disks

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Anisotropic disks --> a bands

The dark-staining anisotropic cross striations in the myofibrils of muscle fibres, comprising regions of overlapping thick (myosin) and thin (actin) filaments.

Synonym: a disks, anisotropic disks, q bands, q disks.