Electron microscopy of Fibrillin 1 Microfibrils
Extracted from the matrix of +/+ fibroblasts. Microfibrils were examined after rotary shadowing (a) or after negative staining (b).
Arrowheads in b indicate typical regular periodicities found between globular beads in normal microfibrils.
Bar, 100 nm.
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