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A comparison between the free grafting of sliced and intact muscles in the rat

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Birkhäuser-Verlag; Birkhäuser Verlag ; Springer Science+Business Media
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Transverse slicing is a new technique whereby a mammalian muscle can be freely grafted with success. This method eliminates contamination of the early graft by surviving muscle fibres and allows one to measure the development of contractile properties on a uniform population of regenerating muscle fibres.

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