Flagellar length control in chlamydomonas--paradigm for organelle size regulation.

@article{Wemmer2007FlagellarLC,
  title={Flagellar length control in chlamydomonas--paradigm for organelle size regulation.},
  author={Kimberly A. Wemmer and Wallace F. Marshall},
  journal={International review of cytology},
  year={2007},
  volume={260},
  pages={175-212}
}
A fundamental unsolved question in cell biology is how the cell controls the size of its organelles. Cilia and flagella are an ideal test case to study the mechanism of organelle size control, because their size is easily measured and can be represented by a single number-length. Moreover, the involvement of cilia in many developmental and physiological processes suggests an understanding of their size control system is critical for understanding ciliary diseases, many of which (e.g., autosomal… CONTINUE READING

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