The Golgi apparatus: balancing new with old.

@article{Storrie2002TheGA,
  title={The Golgi apparatus: balancing new with old.},
  author={Brian Storrie and Tommy Nilsson},
  journal={Traffic},
  year={2002},
  volume={3 8},
  pages={521-9}
}
Most models put forward to explain cellular processes do not stand the test of time. The 'lucky' few that are able to survive extensive experimental tests and peer critique may eventually become dogmas or paradigms. When this happens, the amount of experimental data required to overturn the paradigm is extensive. To some, such inertia may seem prohibitive to scientific progress but rather, in our opinion, this helps to maintain a degree of coherence. It is needed so that experiments and… CONTINUE READING
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