Movement of cortical actin patches in yeast

@article{Waddle1996MovementOC,
  title={Movement of cortical actin patches in yeast},
  author={James A. Waddle and Tatiana S. Karpova and Robert H. Waterston and John A. Cooper},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={132},
  pages={861 - 870}
}
In yeast, actin forms patches associated with the plasma membrane. Patch distribution correlates with polarized growth during the cell cycle and in response to external stimuli. Using green fluorescent protein fused to capping protein to image actin patches in living cells, we find that patches move rapidly and over long distances. Even patches in clusters, such as at the incipient bud site, show movement. Patches move independently of one another and generally over small distances in a local… CONTINUE READING
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