The neuronal endomembrane system. II. The multiple forms of the Golgi apparatus cis element.

@article{Lindsey1985TheNE,
  title={The neuronal endomembrane system. II. The multiple forms of the Golgi apparatus cis element.},
  author={James Lindsey and Mark H. Ellisman},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1985},
  volume={5 12},
  pages={3124-34}
}
The cis element and its associated tubules and vesicles are ideally positioned to play a major role in the sorting of rough endoplasmic reticulum components destined for processing in the Golgi apparatus. Its position is also ideal for playing a major role in the assembly of the saccules which constitute the Golgi apparatus. The present study was undertaken to critically analyze the normal morphology of this Golgi apparatus component. Seventy- to 2000-nm-thick sections of bullfrog spinal… CONTINUE READING

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