Effects of free fatty acids on the organization of cytoskeletal elements in lymphocytes.

@article{Hoover1981EffectsOF,
  title={Effects of free fatty acids on the organization of cytoskeletal elements in lymphocytes.},
  author={Richard L. Hoover and Ken Fujiwara and Richard D. Klausner and Deepak K. Bhalla and Robert W. Tucker and Morris J. Karnovsky},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={1981},
  volume={1 10},
  pages={
          939-48
        }
}
Treatment of mouse lymphocytes with cis-unsaturated free fatty acids produced alterations in the immunofluorescence patterns of the cytoskeleton and contractile proteins. Saturated free fatty acids and trans-unsaturated free fatty acids had no effect. In untreated cells, the microtubular pattern exhibited radiation from an organizing center, resembling the spokes of an umbrella. The addition of linoleic acid produced a polarized submembranous aggregate. Under control conditions, staining for… Expand
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  • 1988
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