Astrocyte membrane structure: changes after circulatory arrest

@article{Landis1981AstrocyteMS,
  title={Astrocyte membrane structure: changes after circulatory arrest},
  author={Dennis M. D. Landis and Thomas S. Reese},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1981},
  volume={88},
  pages={660 - 663}
}
Membranes of the astrocytic processes investing small blood vessels and the surface of the brain contain numerous arrays of orthogonally packed particles as revealed by the freeze-fracture technique. The structure of these particle arrays, which we have termed "assemblies," is the same whether tissue is prepared for freeze-fracture by conventional fixation or by quick excision and rapid freezing. However, assemblies are progressively replaced by amorphous clumps and then disappear as the… CONTINUE READING
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