High-throughput confocal imaging of intact live tissue enables quantification of membrane trafficking in Arabidopsis.

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Membrane compartmentalization and trafficking within and between cells is considered an essential cellular property of higher eukaryotes. We established a high-throughput imaging method suitable for the quantitative detection of membrane compartments at subcellular resolution in intact epidermal tissue. Whole Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) cotyledon… (More)
DOI: 10.1104/pp.110.160325

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@article{Salomon2010HighthroughputCI, title={High-throughput confocal imaging of intact live tissue enables quantification of membrane trafficking in Arabidopsis.}, author={Susanne Salomon and Dorit Grunewald and Kurt St{\"{u}ber and Sebastian Schaaf and Dan Maclean and Paul Schulze-Lefert and Silke Robatzek}, journal={Plant physiology}, year={2010}, volume={154 3}, pages={1096-104} }