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Unstructured mini-core, electron


Unstructured mini-core, electron
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Unstructured mini-cores consist of focal areas within the muscle fiber devoid of mitochondria and normal sarcomere structure. Glycogen may be increased in these regions, as is seen in this electron micrographs

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