Division of the intermediate compartment at the onset of mitosis provides a mechanism for Golgi inheritance.

@article{Marie2012DivisionOT,
  title={Division of the intermediate compartment at the onset of mitosis provides a mechanism for Golgi inheritance.},
  author={M. F. Marie and Hege Avsnes Dale and Nina Kouprina and Jaakko Saraste},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2012},
  volume={125 Pt 22},
  pages={5403-16}
}
As mammalian cells prepare for mitosis, the Golgi ribbon is first unlinked into its constituent stacks and then transformed into spindle-associated, pleiomorphic membrane clusters in a process that remains enigmatic. Also, it remains unclear whether Golgi inheritance involves the incorporation of Golgi enzymes into a pool of coat protein I (COPI) vesicles, or their COPI-independent transfer to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Based on the observation that the intermediate compartment (IC) at the… CONTINUE READING

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