Subcellular localization of calcium in the mouse hypophysis

@article{Stoeckel1975SubcellularLO,
  title={Subcellular localization of calcium in the mouse hypophysis},
  author={Dr. Marie-Elisabeth Stoeckel and Colette Hindelang-Gertner and H. -D. Dellmann and Aim{\'e} Porte and Fred Stutinsky},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1975},
  volume={157},
  pages={307-322}
}
Application of the K-pyroantimonate technique combined with glutaraldehydeosmium fixation results in a reproducible intracellular distribution of mineral precipitates in the mouse hypophysis. Control experiments—with chelators and electron probe microanalysis— reveal that these precipitates consist mainly of calcium. Regularly present in the mitochondria, Ca also seems to be stored in the Golgi apparatus of the glandular cells and in the axoplasmic reticulum and the “synaptic” vesicles of the… CONTINUE READING

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