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  • Secure Entrances with Reliable implantable rfid tag Smart ...

    RAFID 134.2Khz Implanted Animal Rfid Tag 1.4*8Mm Nfc Animal Syringe Tag With ICAR ID. implantable rfid tag sets are computer-controlled cards situated at the entrances of buildings to ensure security. implantable rfid tag devices enable only authorized person to enter into the safeguarded area. The implantable rfid tag can be swiped or waved in ...

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    About products and suppliers: glass rfid animal identification sets are computer-controlled cards situated at the entrances of buildings to ensure security..glass rfid animal identification devices enable only authorized person to enter into the safeguarded area. The. glass rfid animal identification can be swiped or waved in front of a reader, which then verifies the information …

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    About products and suppliers: rfid animal glass tag with syringe sets are computer-controlled cards situated at the entrances of buildings to ensure security.rfid animal glass tag with syringe devices enable only authorized person to enter into the safeguarded area.The rfid animal glass tag with syringe can be swiped or waved in front of a reader, which then verifies the information before ...

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    Microchip Pet Animal Microchip Pet Micro Chip High Quality Medical Disinfection 1.4*8 Mm Rfid Glass Tube Tag. $0.50-$1.20 Piece. 100.0 Pieces ... CMRFID Injected 134.2khz Rfid Bio Glass Tube Tag Size 2.12*12mm Animal Implantable 1.25*7mm Rfid Pet Microchip Glass Tag. $0.30-$0.60 Piece. 100.0 Pieces ...

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    Sourcing Guide for Animal Microchip: Our electronics supplier database is a comprehensive list of the key suppliers, manufacturers(factories), wholesalers, trading ...

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  • Wireless Opto-Electro Neural Interface for Experiments ...

    2018-8-1u2002·u20022.1. System Overview. As shown in figure 1(a), the entire system consists of: 1) a detachable headstage, 2) an implantable polyimide-based substrate, 3) a custom-designed USB dongle, and 4) a PC that runs the graphical user interface (GUI) for parameter setting, data representation, processing, and storage.The headstage can wirelessly receive stimulation …

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    Post-implant edema increased the prostate volume by factors which ranged from 1.33 to 1.96 (mean: 1.52). The edema resolved exponentially with an …

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  • (PDF) Micro-systems in biomedical applications

    In this paper we analyse the main characteristics of some micro-devices which have been developed recently for biomedical applications. Among the many biomedical micro-systems proposed in the ...

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  • (PDF) A silicon microelectrode array for simultaneous ...

    The on-chip circuitry consumes 834 μW of power from ±1.5 V supplies and occupies 4.34 mm2 of die area. The probe is fabricated using an 18 mask, single-sided, micromachined CMOS ...

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  • (PDF) Chronically Implanted Pressure Sensors: Challenges ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002external units to send in power signals for active circ uitry. In looking at the challenges associated with. telemetr y for chronically implanted pressure sensors, two issues arise, namely: (1) …

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  • Wireless battery free fully implantable multimodal ...

    2021-3-30u2002·u2002Wireless battery free and fully implantable tools for the interrogation of the central and peripheral nervous system have quantitatively expanded the …

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  • Wireless Opto-Electro Neural Interface for Experiments ...

    2018-8-1u2002·u20022.1. System Overview. As shown in figure 1(a), the entire system consists of: 1) a detachable headstage, 2) an implantable polyimide-based substrate, 3) a custom-designed USB dongle, and 4) a PC that runs the graphical user interface (GUI) for parameter setting, data representation, processing, and storage.The headstage can wirelessly receive stimulation …

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  • Abstracts of Scientific Presentations

    Females were 1.8 times more likely to develop trichobezoars and 3.0 times more likely to develop phytobezoars than males. The mean age of animals with trichobezoars and phytobezoars was not statistically different. Recurrence events were not significantly different between trichobezoars (10% of animals) and phytobezoars (11.4% of animals).

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  • Chronically Implanted Pressure Sensors: Challenges and ...

    2014-10-31u2002·u20021.1.3. Telemetry. Wireless telemetry can be used to provide power to and/or receive pressure data from the body. This is commonly accomplished using radio frequency (RF)-based antennae or inductively coupled transmission [].Telemetry may take on one of two forms for implantable sensors: (1) active telemetry, where the implanted system contains active electronics …

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  • A review on mechanical considerations for chronically ...

    2018-3-5u2002·u2002The mechanical considerations for chronically-implanted neural probes sets the background for this review. In the first section, we introduce the notion of strain in the context of intracortical probes, along with the strategies to achieve better mechanical compliance with the surrounding environment. One can focus on the addition of a hydrogel ...

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  • MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience

    2021-12-31u2002·u2002MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience. The MAUDE database houses medical device reports submitted to the FDA by mandatory reporters 1 (manufacturers, importers and device user facilities) and voluntary reporters such as health care professionals, patients and consumers. Each year, the FDA receives several hundred thousand ...

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  • US20120032522A1 - Wireless energy transfer for implantable ...

    Described herein are improved configurations for a wireless power transfer. Described are methods and designs for implantable electronics and devices. Wireless energy transfer is utilized to eliminate cords and power cables puncturing the skin to power an implantable device. Repeater resonators are employed to improve the power transfer characteristics between the source and the device …

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  • Preliminary evaluation of implantable MOSFET radiation ...

    (1)(2)(3)(4) (5) (6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11) One of these is the OneDose detector (manufactured by Sicel Technologies, Morrisville, NC; distributed by MedTec, Orange City, IA), which has been a subject ...

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  • US20080250340A1 - GUI for an Implantable Restriction ...

    An implantable restriction device can be configured to provide a restriction in a patient, for example as a function of the pressure of fluid. The implantable restriction device can include one or more sensors configured to sense a variety of parameters, such as pressure of the fluid within the implantable restriction device, pulse width, pulse amplitude, pulse count, pulse duration, or ...

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  • Chemical Neurostimulation Using Pulse Code Modulation (PCM ...

    A 10times10 array of platinum-tipped silicon electrodes interfaces with a flip-chip bonded 4.7times5.9mm2 0.5mum 3M2P CMOS 13.5mW IC containing 88 neural amplifiers, 9b ADC and spike ...

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  • Wireless battery free fully implantable multimodal ...

    2021-3-30u2002·u2002Wireless battery free and fully implantable tools for the interrogation of the central and peripheral nervous system have quantitatively expanded the capabilities to …

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  • Wireless Opto-Electro Neural Interface for Experiments ...

    2018-8-1u2002·u20022.1. System Overview. As shown in figure 1(a), the entire system consists of: 1) a detachable headstage, 2) an implantable polyimide-based substrate, 3) a custom-designed USB dongle, and 4) a PC that runs the graphical user interface (GUI) for parameter setting, data representation, processing, and storage.The headstage can wirelessly receive stimulation …

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  • Abstracts of Scientific Presentations

    Females were 1.8 times more likely to develop trichobezoars and 3.0 times more likely to develop phytobezoars than males. The mean age of animals with trichobezoars and phytobezoars was not statistically different. Recurrence events were not significantly different between trichobezoars (10% of animals) and phytobezoars (11.4% of animals).

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  • Chronically Implanted Pressure Sensors: Challenges and ...

    2014-10-31u2002·u20021.1.3. Telemetry. Wireless telemetry can be used to provide power to and/or receive pressure data from the body. This is commonly accomplished using radio frequency (RF)-based antennae or inductively coupled transmission [].Telemetry may take on one of two forms for implantable sensors: (1) active telemetry, where the implanted system contains active …

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  • A review on mechanical considerations for chronically ...

    2018-3-5u2002·u2002The mechanical considerations for chronically-implanted neural probes sets the background for this review. In the first section, we introduce the notion of strain in the context of intracortical probes, along with the strategies to achieve better mechanical compliance with the surrounding environment. One can focus on the addition of a hydrogel ...

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  • MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience

    2021-12-31u2002·u2002MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience. The MAUDE database houses medical device reports submitted to the FDA by mandatory reporters 1 (manufacturers, importers and device user facilities) and voluntary reporters such as health care professionals, patients and consumers. Each year, the FDA receives several hundred thousand ...

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  • US20120032522A1 - Wireless energy transfer for

    Described herein are improved configurations for a wireless power transfer. Described are methods and designs for implantable electronics and devices. Wireless energy transfer is utilized to eliminate cords and power cables puncturing the skin to power an implantable device. Repeater resonators are employed to improve the power transfer characteristics between the source …

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  • Preliminary evaluation of implantable MOSFET radiation ...

    (1)(2)(3)(4) (5) (6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11) One of these is the OneDose detector (manufactured by Sicel Technologies, Morrisville, NC; distributed by MedTec, Orange City, …

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  • US20080250340A1 - GUI for an Implantable Restriction ...

    An implantable restriction device can be configured to provide a restriction in a patient, for example as a function of the pressure of fluid. The implantable restriction device can include one or more sensors configured to sense a variety of parameters, such as pressure of the fluid within the implantable restriction device, pulse width, pulse amplitude, pulse count, pulse duration, or ...

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  • Chemical Neurostimulation Using Pulse Code Modulation

    A 10times10 array of platinum-tipped silicon electrodes interfaces with a flip-chip bonded 4.7times5.9mm2 0.5mum 3M2P CMOS 13.5mW IC containing 88 neural amplifiers, 9b ADC and spike ...

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  • Wireless battery free fully implantable multimodal ...

    2021-3-30u2002·u2002Wireless battery free and fully implantable tools for the interrogation of the central and peripheral nervous system have quantitatively expanded the …

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  • Wireless Opto-Electro Neural Interface for Experiments ...

    2018-8-1u2002·u20022.1. System Overview. As shown in figure 1(a), the entire system consists of: 1) a detachable headstage, 2) an implantable polyimide-based substrate, 3) a custom-designed USB dongle, and 4) a PC that runs the graphical user interface (GUI) for parameter setting, data representation, processing, and storage.The headstage can wirelessly receive stimulation …

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  • Abstracts of Scientific Presentations

    Females were 1.8 times more likely to develop trichobezoars and 3.0 times more likely to develop phytobezoars than males. The mean age of animals with trichobezoars and phytobezoars was not statistically different. Recurrence events were not significantly different between trichobezoars (10% of animals) and phytobezoars (11.4% of animals).

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  • Chronically Implanted Pressure Sensors: Challenges and ...

    2014-10-31u2002·u20021.1.3. Telemetry. Wireless telemetry can be used to provide power to and/or receive pressure data from the body. This is commonly accomplished using radio frequency (RF)-based antennae or inductively coupled transmission [].Telemetry may take on one of two forms for implantable sensors: (1) active telemetry, where the implanted system contains active electronics …

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  • A review on mechanical considerations for chronically ...

    2018-3-5u2002·u2002The mechanical considerations for chronically-implanted neural probes sets the background for this review. In the first section, we introduce the notion of strain in the context of intracortical probes, along with the strategies to achieve better mechanical compliance with the surrounding environment. One can focus on the addition of a hydrogel ...

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  • MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience

    2021-12-31u2002·u2002MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience. The MAUDE database houses medical device reports submitted to the FDA by mandatory reporters 1 (manufacturers, importers and device user facilities) and voluntary reporters such as health care professionals, patients and consumers. Each year, the FDA receives several hundred thousand ...

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  • US20120032522A1 - Wireless energy transfer for implantable ...

    Described herein are improved configurations for a wireless power transfer. Described are methods and designs for implantable electronics and devices. Wireless energy transfer is utilized to eliminate cords and power cables puncturing the skin to power an implantable device. Repeater resonators are employed to improve the power transfer characteristics between the source and the device …

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  • Preliminary evaluation of implantable MOSFET radiation ...

    (1)(2)(3)(4) (5) (6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11) One of these is the OneDose detector (manufactured by Sicel Technologies, Morrisville, NC; distributed by MedTec, Orange City, IA), which has been a subject ...

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  • US20080250340A1 - GUI for an Implantable Restriction ...

    An implantable restriction device can be configured to provide a restriction in a patient, for example as a function of the pressure of fluid. The implantable restriction device can include one or more sensors configured to sense a variety of parameters, such as pressure of the fluid within the implantable restriction device, pulse width, pulse amplitude, pulse count, pulse duration, or ...

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  • Chemical Neurostimulation Using Pulse Code Modulation (PCM ...

    A 10times10 array of platinum-tipped silicon electrodes interfaces with a flip-chip bonded 4.7times5.9mm2 0.5mum 3M2P CMOS 13.5mW IC containing 88 neural amplifiers, 9b ADC and spike ...

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  • Wireless battery free fully implantable multimodal ...

    2021-3-30u2002·u2002Wireless battery free and fully implantable tools for the interrogation of the central and peripheral nervous system have quantitatively …

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  • Wireless Opto-Electro Neural Interface for Experiments ...

    2018-8-1u2002·u20022.1. System Overview. As shown in figure 1(a), the entire system consists of: 1) a detachable headstage, 2) an implantable polyimide-based substrate, 3) a custom-designed USB dongle, and 4) a PC that runs the graphical user interface (GUI) for parameter setting, data representation, processing, and storage.The headstage can wirelessly receive stimulation …

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  • Abstracts of Scientific Presentations

    Females were 1.8 times more likely to develop trichobezoars and 3.0 times more likely to develop phytobezoars than males. The mean age of animals with trichobezoars and phytobezoars was not statistically different. Recurrence events were not significantly different between trichobezoars (10% of animals) and phytobezoars (11.4% of animals).

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  • Chronically Implanted Pressure Sensors: Challenges and ...

    2014-10-31u2002·u20021.1.3. Telemetry. Wireless telemetry can be used to provide power to and/or receive pressure data from the body. This is commonly accomplished using radio frequency (RF)-based antennae or inductively coupled transmission [].Telemetry may take on one of two forms for implantable sensors: (1) active telemetry, where the implanted system contains active …

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  • A review on mechanical considerations for chronically ...

    2018-3-5u2002·u2002The mechanical considerations for chronically-implanted neural probes sets the background for this review. In the first section, we introduce the notion of strain in the context of intracortical probes, along with the strategies to achieve better mechanical compliance with the surrounding environment. One can focus on the addition of a hydrogel ...

    Get Price
  • MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience

    2021-12-31u2002·u2002MAUDE - Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience. The MAUDE database houses medical device reports submitted to the FDA by mandatory reporters 1 (manufacturers, importers and device user facilities) and voluntary reporters such as health care professionals, patients and consumers. Each year, the FDA receives several hundred thousand ...

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  • US20120032522A1 - Wireless energy transfer for

    Described herein are improved configurations for a wireless power transfer. Described are methods and designs for implantable electronics and devices. Wireless energy transfer is utilized to eliminate cords and power cables puncturing the skin to power an implantable device. Repeater resonators are employed to improve the power transfer characteristics between the source and …

    Get Price
  • Preliminary evaluation of implantable MOSFET radiation ...

    (1)(2)(3)(4) (5) (6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11) One of these is the OneDose detector (manufactured by Sicel Technologies, Morrisville, NC; distributed by MedTec, Orange City, IA), which has been a subject ...

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  • US20080250340A1 - GUI for an Implantable Restriction ...

    An implantable restriction device can be configured to provide a restriction in a patient, for example as a function of the pressure of fluid. The implantable restriction device can include one or more sensors configured to sense a variety of parameters, such as pressure of the fluid within the implantable restriction device, pulse width, pulse amplitude, pulse count, pulse duration, or ...

    Get Price
  • Chemical Neurostimulation Using Pulse Code Modulation

    A 10times10 array of platinum-tipped silicon electrodes interfaces with a flip-chip bonded 4.7times5.9mm2 0.5mum 3M2P CMOS 13.5mW IC containing 88 neural amplifiers, 9b ADC and spike ...

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  • Diverse Applications of Nanomedicine

    2017-3-14u2002·u2002The design and use of materials in the nanoscale size range for addressing medical and health-related issues continues to receive increasing interest. Research in nanomedicine spans a multitude of areas, including drug delivery, vaccine development, antibacterial, diagnosis and imaging tools, wearable devices, implants, high-throughput screening platforms, etc. using …

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    pet microchip manufacturer/supplier, China pet microchip manufacturer & factory list, find qualified Chinese pet microchip manufacturers, suppliers, factories, exporters & wholesalers quickly on Made-in-China.com., page 2

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  • Optical methods for sensing and imaging oxygen: materials ...

    Optical methods for sensing and imaging oxygen: materials, spectroscopies and applications†. Xu-dong Wang and Otto S. Wolfbeis * Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemo- and Biosensors, University of Regensburg, D-93040 Regensburg, Germany. E-mail: [email protected]; Fax: +49 (0)941 943 4064; Tel: +49 (0)941 943 4065

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  • In vivo optical modulation of neural signals using ...

    2015-10-23u2002·u2002Recently, there has been an increasing interest in brain neuromodulation due to the motivation of studying the underlying mechanisms of brain function and providing a therapeutic intervention for neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and chronic pain 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.In addition to the standard electrical stimulation and neural unit recording 9, …

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  • Miniaturized neural system for chronic, local ...

    2018-1-25u2002·u2002S-MiNDS was implanted in the rat SN and connected to two implanted iPrecio pumps, containing either saline or muscimol ( Fig. 3, D and E, and figs. S19 and S20). Unilateral delivery of muscimol to the SN is known to evoke preferential ipsilateral rotation of the animal, reflecting a hemiparkinsonian state ( 34 ).

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    4. The system of claim 1, wherein the implantable medical device includes a header block and the RFID tag is implanted in the header block. 5. The system of claim 1, wherein the hermetically sealed container in which the RFID tag is disposed, is biocompatible and has a leak rate of no more than 10 −7 cubic centimeters per second.

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  • Powering future body sensor network systems: A review of ...

    2020-10-15u2002·u2002The battery size (30 mm diameter and 4.8 mm thickness) is much smaller than pouch cells or cylinder cells, but the capacity is also lower (300 mA h). Shnayder et al. replaced AA batteries with a tiny Li polymer battery (120 mA h) for wearable wireless sensors (Shnayder et al., 2005). The system weight is consequently reduced by half to 30.5 g ...

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  • Beyond solid-state lighting: Miniaturization, hybrid ...

    2019-12-19u2002·u2002There, transistors are becoming smaller and smaller, with more and more functionality per area on the chip. As a consequence, cost reduction in LED fabrication has been—and still is—much more challenging, relying on a continuous optimization of nitride material growth methods and better fabrication strategies instead of only structure size ...

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  • Local drug delivery with a self-contained, programmable ...

    2008-12-13u2002·u2002The development and optimization of many new drug therapies requires long-term local delivery with controlled, but variable dosage. Current methods for chronic drug delivery have limited utility because they either cannot deliver drugs locally to a specific organ or tissue, do not permit changes in delivery rate in situ, or cannot be used in clinical trials in an untethered, …

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  • Cardiac Cell - an overview

    Cardiac cells are striated and consist of sarcomeres just like skeletal muscle (p. 314 ). Unlike skeletal muscle cardiac fibres branch and interdigitate. Adjacent cells are attached end to end. At the attachments, which are always at Z-lines, the cell membranes parallel each other and form an intercalated disk which runs in step-like fashion ...

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