Terminal cisternae are enlarged areas of the sarcoplasmic reticulum surrounding the transverse tubules.- Terminal cisternae
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Membrane-bound structure found within muscle cells that is similar to the smooth endoplasmic reticulum in other cells.
T-tubules are closely associated with a specific region of the SR, known as the terminal cisternae in skeletal muscle, with a distance of roughly 12 nanometers, separating them.
Skeletal muscles (commonly referred to as muscles) are organs of the vertebrate muscular system that are mostly attached by tendons to bones of the skeleton.
Periodically, it has dilated end sacs known as terminal cisternae.
In the histology of skeletal muscle, a triad is the structure formed by a T tubule with a sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) known as the terminal cisterna on either side.
Cell membrane of a muscle cell.
On either side of the transverse tubules are terminal cisternal enlargements of the sarcoplasmic reticulum (termed endoplasmic reticulum in nonmuscle cells).
Structure in the cardiac myocyte located at the sarcomere Z-line.
It is composed of a single t-tubule paired with a terminal cisterna of the sarcoplasmic reticulum.