I band

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I band

[′ī ‚band]
(histology)
The band on either side of a Z line; encompasses portions of two adjacent sarcomeres and is characterized by the presence of actin filaments.
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The Bassali equation (21) solves analytically the problem of a flexed isotropic disc simply supported in a finite number of support points placed in the outer rim of the disc.