Reclustering of scattered Golgi elements occurs along microtubules.

@article{Ho1989ReclusteringOS,
  title={Reclustering of scattered Golgi elements occurs along microtubules.},
  author={Wai Chang Ho and Victoria J Allan and Gerrit van Meer and Eric G. Berger and Thomas E. Kreis},
  journal={European journal of cell biology},
  year={1989},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={250-63}
}
Depolymerization of the interphase microtubules by nocodazole results in the scattering and apparent fragmentation of the Golgi apparatus in Vero fibroblast cells. Upon removal of the drug, the interphase microtubules repolymerize, and the scattered Golgi elements move back to the region around the microtubule-organizing center (MTOC) within 40 to 60 min. Using a fluorescent lipid analogue (C6-NBD-ceramide) as a vital stain for the scattered Golgi elements, their relocation was visualized by… CONTINUE READING

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