Greg Guild

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Microtubules (MTs) are polar polymers that can facilitate asymmetric distribution of cell components, a process important for polarized cell growth. The highly elongated and polarized Drosophila mechnosensory bristle cytoplasm is filled with short MTs that constitute a significant component of the shaft cytoplasm. Inhibition of MT assembly affects biased(More)
Three unrelated, Caucasian patients with a disorder resembling infantile genetic agranulocytosis have been studied. There was no history of consanguinity. Parents and siblings were normal. Onset occurred before 3 weeks of age and persisted throughout life. All had severe neutropenia, myeloid arrest pattern of the bone marrow, eosinophilia, monocy-tosis and(More)
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