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Sliding Filament

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Uploaded on Dec 10, 2009

sliding filament theory of muscle contraction - created by Sara Egner as part of UIC's biomedical visualization program

**Some of you have noticed that there is a mispronunciation in this animation. It's true. ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate, and ADP for adenosine diphosphate. Please don't be confused on my account.

~Sara
(anatomyandart.com/blog)

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