A three-stage model of Golgi structure and function

@article{Day2013ATM,
  title={A three-stage model of Golgi structure and function},
  author={Kasey J. Day and L Andrew Staehelin and Benjamin S. Glick},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={140},
  pages={239-249}
}
The Golgi apparatus contains multiple classes of cisternae that differ in structure, composition, and function, but there is no consensus about the number and definition of these classes. A useful way to classify Golgi cisternae is according to the trafficking pathways by which the cisternae import and export components. By this criterion, we propose that Golgi cisternae can be divided into three classes that correspond to functional stages of maturation. First, cisternae at the cisternal… CONTINUE READING

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