Orthogonal arrays of intramembranous particles in the basal plasma membranes of the epidermis of larval Salamandra salamandra (L.) (Amphibia, Urodela)

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Abstract

Freeze-fracture replicas of the basal plasma membranes in the epidermis of intrauterine larval Salamandra salamandra reveal numerous orthogonal arrays of membrane-associated particles on the P-fracture face. The arrays, whose function is unknown, comprise 10 to 200 particles with a diameter of 7 nm each; the number of arrays varies from 0 to 3/μm2. Extrauterine, aquatic larvae do not exhibit these membrane specializations. © 1980, Academic Press, Inc.. All rights reserved.

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Robenek, H., & Greven, H. (1980). Orthogonal arrays of intramembranous particles in the basal plasma membranes of the epidermis of larval Salamandra salamandra (L.) (Amphibia, Urodela). Journal of Ultrastructure Research, 72(1), 119–122. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0022-5320(80)90141-0

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