Microtubules in the Microspikes and Cortical Cytoplasm of Isolated Cells

@article{Taylor1966MicrotubulesIT,
  title={Microtubules in the Microspikes and Cortical Cytoplasm of Isolated Cells},
  author={Andrea C. Taylor},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1966},
  volume={28},
  pages={155 - 168}
}
In thin sections through microspikes extending from the surface of isolated cells, a core has been seen which may contain microtubular elements. The differences between these and microtubules seen elsewhere in the cytoplasm are attributed to their rapid growth and exposed location which make them especially vulnerable to injury by preparative treatment. In support of this view it is shown that cytoplasmic microtubules may be altered or even destroyed by exposing the cells to changes in osmotic… CONTINUE READING

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