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. Fig, Electron micrographs of transverse sections. Peripherally located, subsarcolemal caps were clearly demarcated from neighbouring preserved myofibrils (A?C) They consisted of abnormally arranged myofibrils, containing no thick filaments (D), Bars correspond to 5 lm (A and B), 2 lm (C) and 1 lm (D)