Organization of the sea urchin egg endoplasmic reticulum and its reorganization at fertilization


The ER of eggs of the sea urchin Lytechinus pictus was stained by microinjecting a saturated solution of the fluorescent dicarbocyanine DiIC18(3) (DiI) in soybean oil; the dye spread from the oil drop into ER membranes throughout the egg but not into other organelles. Confocal microscopy revealed large cisternae extending throughout the interior of the egg… (More)


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