Actin cables and the exocyst form two independent morphogenesis pathways in the fission yeast

@inproceedings{Bendez2011ActinCA,
  title={Actin cables and the exocyst form two independent morphogenesis pathways in the fission yeast},
  author={Felipe O Bendez{\'u} and Sophie G Martin},
  booktitle={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={2011}
}
Cell morphogenesis depends on polarized exocytosis. One widely held model posits that long-range transport and exocyst-dependent tethering of exocytic vesicles at the plasma membrane sequentially drive this process. Here, we describe that disruption of either actin-based long-range transport and microtubules or the exocyst did not abolish polarized growth… CONTINUE READING