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CIL:8062*  Cite 
Description

Movie Focusing on the model of the two trans-most cisternae, C6 and C7. The penultimate trans-cisterna (C6-gold) is a tubular reticular cisterna, that extends tubules trans of the trans-most cisterna (C-7, red). The reticular network changes as one moves through the cell, reflecting traffic in and out of the cisterna. The tubules are coated at the tip but are never clathrin coated. The trans-most cisterna is a more solid cisterna and all tubules and vesicules budding from it are clathrin coated. Mogelsvang S, Marsh BJ, Ladinsky MS, Howell KE. Predicting function from structure: 3D structure studies of the mammalian Golgi complex. Related to Fig 1 from Traffic. 2004;5:338-345.

Biological Sources
Cellular Component
Golgi stack
Golgi trans cisterna
clathrin-coated vesicle
Attribution
Names
Brad J. Marsh
Kathryn E. Howell
Pubmed
15086783
Citation
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
doi:10.7295/W9CIL8062
Archival Resource Key (ARK)
ark:/b7295/w9cil8062
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Imaging
Image Type
animation
computer graphic
Processing History
traced and modeled with IMOD
Data Qualifiers
animation
Dimensions
Spatial Axis Image Size Pixel Size
X 512px 23.65nm
Y 510px 23.65nm


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