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The modulus of the Fourier trans­ form is plotted so that this theoretical curve can be conveniently compared to the square root of the corrected intensity curve. X-RAY DIFFRACTION STUDIES ON MEMBRANES 29 simple ratio. Also, the assignment of phases is not necessarily straight­ forward, for the occurrence of a zero does not always imply a phase change. Phases for lecithin have been assigned assuming that a phase change does occur, although the actual choice was also supported by other considerations (Levine and Wilkins, 1971).

0 δ Έ a> TD "5. 08 o Reciprocal Space Coordinate X in A"1 F I G . 9. Diffracted amplitude or Fourier transform (modulus) of a symmetrical lipid bilayer. T h e lipid bilayer parameters are similar to those derived for the lipid bilayer part of the nerve membrane in the myelin sheath. The modulus of the Fourier trans­ form is plotted so that this theoretical curve can be conveniently compared to the square root of the corrected intensity curve. X-RAY DIFFRACTION STUDIES ON MEMBRANES 29 simple ratio.

R. W O R T H I N G T O N the two kinds of nerve myelins have the same mode of formation, they are derived from different cells, namely, the Schwann cell and the neuroglial cell. Differences in the low-angle X-ray diffraction patterns recorded from the two kinds of nerve are also evident. Peripheral nerves have been frequently studied and the structure analysis is more advanced, whereas only a few X-ray studies have been made on central nervous system nerves. Until 1966, only two orders had been recorded (Finean, 1960) but additional orders h ~ 12 have now been recorded from central nervous system nerves by Blaurock and Worthington (1969).

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