A localized surface protein of guinea pig sperm exhibits free diffusion in its domain

  title={A localized surface protein of guinea pig sperm exhibits free diffusion in its domain},
  author={Diana Gold Myles and Paul Primakoff and Dennis E. Koppel},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  pages={1905 - 1909}
Using the technique of fluorescence redistribution after photobleaching, we are studying the cellular mechanisms involved in localizing surface molecules to particular domains. A number of antigens localized to discrete surface regions have been identified with monoclonal antibodies on guinea pig sperm cells ( Primakoff , P., and D. G. Myles , 1983, Dev. Biol., 98:417-428). One of these monoclonal antibodies, PT-1, binds exclusively to the posterior tail region of the sperm cell surface. PT-1… CONTINUE READING

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