Ultrastructure of the pea cotyledon Golgi apparatus: Origin of dense vesicles and the action of brefeldin A

@article{Robinson2005UltrastructureOT,
  title={Ultrastructure of the pea cotyledon Golgi apparatus: Origin of dense vesicles and the action of brefeldin A},
  author={David G Robinson and Marcus Baeumer and Giselbert Hinz and I. Hohl},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2005},
  volume={200},
  pages={198-209}
}
We have followed the action of brefeldin A (BFA) on the Golgi apparatus of developing pea cotyledons, the cells of which are actively engaged in the synthesis and deposition of storage proteins. The Golgi apparatus of normal cells is characterized by the presence of three different types of vesicle: smooth-surfaced secretory vesicles, “dense” vesicles which carry the storage proteins, and clathrin-coated vesicles (CCV). The dense vesicles originate at the cis cisternae and undergo a maturation… CONTINUE READING
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