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Interpretation of tracer washout curves from a population of muscle fibers


, : Interpretation of tracer washout curves from a population of muscle fibers. Journal of General Physiology 49(3): 423-431

Consideration is given to the role of a population of muscle fibers of distributed diameters in the observed washout of a tracer, with particular reference to radioisotopic K and muscle fibers. It is concluded that if washout of tracer from a single fiber is described as first order, then washout of tracer from a population of fibers is apt to appear as first order.

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PMID: 5938821

DOI: 10.1085/jgp.49.3.423


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