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The Japanese Journal of Physiology
Resting length-tension relation was studied in glycerinated preparations of frog semitendinosus and atrial muscles.The sarcomere length was measured by using either the light diffraction method or photomicrographs.When the glycerinated preparation was treated with 1N NaOH solution and subsequently with 2%SDS solution,the resting tension decreased.In glycerinated semitendinosus muscle the resting tension decreased to below 20%of the value before treatment.However,the glycerinated atrial muscledoi:10.2170/jjphysiol.27.589 fatcat:wmql7ol3afaxnaizfnqe2fxkva