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Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy Reveals the Tubular ...

Golgi cisterna, detaches from the TGN represents a new question. Perhaps GPCs derive from the fusion of vesicles budded from the TGN in a fashion similar to that pro

Golgi Apparatus, GERL, and Secretory Granule Formation within ...

Golgi Apparatus, GERL, and Secretory Granule Formation within Neuronsofthe Hypothalamo-Neurohypophysial System ofControl and Hyperosmotically Stressed Mice

Membrane Protein Transport between the Endoplasmic Reticulum ...

Golgi reabsorption to the endoplasmic reticulum, leaf tissue was dipped in BFA for 10 min and then mounted on a microscope slide for confocal observations.

GOLGI APPARATUS IN AMPHIBIA 237

Tlie Structure of the Golgi Apparatus In the Tissues of Amphibia. By Arthur Wagg Pollster Department of Zoology Columbi, a University, New York. With Plates 17-21 an 3d Text-figures.

DISTRIBUTION OF MICROTUBULES IN THE GOLGI APPARATUS OF ...

J. Cell Sci. is, 89-97 (i974) 89 Printed in Great Britain DISTRIBUTION OF MICROTUBULES IN THE GOLGI APPARATUS OF EUGLENA GRACILIS H. H. MOLLENHAUER

Golginsand GTPases, giving identity and structure to the ...

... COPII Vesicle COPII Vesicle p115 Rab1 p115 Rab1 GM130 GRASP65 cis-Golgi cisternae Golgi apparatus COPII COPI Endoplasmic reticulum VTCs-+ c) p115 Rab1 GM130 GRASP65 Giantin cis-Golgi cisternae COPI Vesicle Bicaudal D1/2 Arp2/3 Fig. 2.

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Our Services Our Services Using fixed CNS tissue sent to our lab, NeuroStructural Research Laboratories specializes in: • Golgi-impregnation staining of neurons • slide preparation, and • in-depth morphometric analysis of both dendritic branching and dendritic spines of the Golgi ...

Mobile Factories: Golgi dynamics in plant cells

Golgi Review (TiPS 2001) Page 1 Mobile Factories: Golgi dynamics in plant cells Andreas Nebenführ L. Andrew Staehelin Andreas Nebenführ* and L. Andrew Staehelin are at the Department of Molecular, Cellular and

Q&A: What is the Golgi apparatus, and why are we asking?

Don't we all know what the Golgi apparatus is? Yes and no. The Golgi apparatus (or Golgi to its friends) is named after Camillo Golgi, who first reported in 1888 a reticular structure in the cytoplasm of many cell types that he found by silver chromate staining.

Camillo Golgi (1843-1926)

Camillo Golgi (1843-1926) Paolo Mazzarello The following article is based on, and largely reprinted from the paper 'Camillo Golgi's Scientific Biography' published by the author in the Journal of the History of Neurosciences (8: 121-131, 1999).