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Figure 3: Transmission electron microscopy micrographs of Gyrodactylus gasterostei. The muscle revealed a well-organized sub-tegumental musculature with several layers of elongated and thin muscle fibers (*) divided by a thin layer close to the tegument, consistently actin/myosin muscle fibers (arrow white and black) showing dense bodies (arrow head) running perpendicular to the longitudinal fibers and run parallel to the body

Figure 3: Transmission electron microscopy micrographs of <i>Gyrodactylus gasterostei</i>. The muscle revealed a well-organized sub-tegumental musculature with several layers of elongated and thin muscle fibers (*) divided by a thin layer close to the tegument, consistently actin/myosin muscle fibers (arrow white and black) showing dense bodies (arrow head) running perpendicular to the longitudinal fibers and run parallel to the body