Two new septate junctions in the phylum Coelenterata.

@article{Green1980TwoNS,
  title={Two new septate junctions in the phylum Coelenterata.},
  author={Colin Richard Green and N E Flower},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1980},
  volume={42},
  pages={43-59}
}
Freeze-fracture of fixed and unfixed tissue, lanthanum tracer and conventional thin-section studies have revealed 2 new types of septate junction in the class Anthozoa, phylum Coelenterata. These new junctions have the 15-18-nm intercellular spacing of all other described septate junctions and are found around the apical circumference of cells lining a lumen or outside edge. However, in freeze-fracture replicas and tangential views of lanthanum-impregnated tissue, they are seen to be quite… CONTINUE READING

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