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Zaire ebolavirus (ZEBOV) infections are associated with high lethality in primates. ZEBOV primarily targets mononuclear phagocytes, which are activated upon infection and secrete mediators believed to trigger initial stages of pathogenesis. The characterization of the responses of target cells to ZEBOV infection may therefore not only further understanding(More)
Electron microscopic investigations reveal that the Golgi apparatus of Tetrahymena thermophila consists of numerous tiny dictyosomes, each consisting of one or two cisternae. The dictyosomes are localized predominantly in the cell cortex closely associated with the mitochondria, arranged in meridians alternating with the ciliary meridians. We estimated(More)
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