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Figure 1: Heart Goat- Control Normal Sinus Rhythm. Right Atrial appendage (RAA) showing stained glycogen by the PAS/Schiff Diastase Method. Notice the heterogeneity and concentration of the glycogen distribution in the atrial myocytes. Arrows highlight one of many myocytes where the glycogen concentrates against the gap junctions. Cell-to-Cell fl ow could be impeded by the large molecular size of the glycogen molecules

Figure 1: Heart Goat- Control Normal Sinus Rhythm. Right Atrial appendage (RAA) showing stained glycogen by the PAS/Schiff Diastase Method. Notice the heterogeneity and concentration of the glycogen distribution in the atrial myocytes. Arrows highlight one of many myocytes where the glycogen concentrates against the gap junctions. Cell-to-Cell fl ow could be impeded by the large molecular size of the glycogen molecules