Coated vesicles of mouse liver are surrounded by a zone of exclusion

Abstract

Spiny-(clathrin-)coated vesicles of rodent liver, both at the mature or trans face of the Golgi apparatus and at the cell surface, as well as coated pits, are surrounded by a “halo” or zone of exclusion that extends 55–75 nm beyond the membrane of the coated vesicle. The existence of a zone of exclusion surrounding vesicles close to the sinusoidal membrane… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01294235

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@article{Croze2005CoatedVO, title={Coated vesicles of mouse liver are surrounded by a zone of exclusion}, author={Emmanuel Croze and Dorothy M. Morr{\'e}}, journal={Protoplasma}, year={2005}, volume={116}, pages={86-89} }