The dynamic nature of the Golgi complex

@article{Griffiths1989TheDN,
  title={The dynamic nature of the Golgi complex},
  author={Gareth Griffiths and Stephen D. Fuller and Ralph-Johan Back and M T Hollinshead and Silvia Pfeiffer and Kai Simons},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1989},
  volume={108},
  pages={277 - 297}
}
The intracellular transport of newly synthesized G protein of vesicular stomatitis virus is blocked at 20 degrees C and this spanning membrane glycoprotein accumulates in the last Golgi compartment, the trans Golgi-network (TGN). Previous morphological evidence suggested that the TGN enlarged significantly under this condition. In the present study we have used stereological procedures to estimate the volume and surface area of the Golgi stack and the TGN of baby hamster kidney cells under… CONTINUE READING

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