Microfilamentous system and secretion of enzyme in the exocrine pancreas. Effect of cytochalasin B

@article{Bauduin1975MicrofilamentousSA,
  title={Microfilamentous system and secretion of enzyme in the exocrine pancreas. Effect of cytochalasin B},
  author={Henri Bauduin and Charles Wharton Stock and Deborah Ann Vincent and Jordane Grenier},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1975},
  volume={66},
  pages={165 - 181}
}
The microfilaments in the acinar cell of the exocrine pancreas are essentially located in the apical part of the cell: thin microfilaments (50 A), cytochalasin B (CB)-sensitive, form the axis of the microvilli and a network lying beneath the apical membrane; thicker filaments (100 A), at least partly CB-insensitive, form bundles parallel to the plasma cell membrane and the desmosomal links. CB interaction with the acinar cell of the exocrine pancreas involves at least two sites: a membrane site… CONTINUE READING

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