In what muscle can you find the “intercalated disk”?

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Cardiac muscles.
The heart muscle consists of separate cells of the cardiac muscle (cardiomyocytes), connected by intercalated disks for functioning as a single functional organ or syncytium. On the contrary, the skeletal muscles consist of multicore muscle fibers and do not have intercalated disks.

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