Episode 63: Sarcomeres, Cross-Bridges, and Tiny Ratchets

Anatomy On The Go - Un pódcast de Seth Jump


Deep inside the muscles, invisible to the naked eye, we have a structure called the sarcomere, which contains these tiny proteins called myosin and actin. They interact with each other and the way they do creates muscle contraction in a muscle. There’s a bit more to this process and to learn all about that, keep on listening and we’ll dive right into it.To learn more about Amino Co and get 30% off with the discount code ANATOMY, go to aminoco.com/ANATOMYTo get all the episodes of the podcast, go to https://anatomyonthego.supercast.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/anatomy-on-the-go/donations

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