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Golgi and Centrosome during Cell Cycle
The spatial relationship between the Golgi and the centrosome during the mammalian cell cycle. Staining of non-synchronized bone cancer cells (U2-OS) shows the physical proximity between these two organelles during interphase (left) and its temporary loss during mitosis (right).
- Golgi - red, stained with antibodies to GM130.
- Centrosome - green, stained with antibodies to centrin.
- Nucleus - blue,
Bar =10 µm.
Christine Sütterlin, Antonino Colanzi The Golgi and the centrosome: building a functional partnership. J. Cell Biol.: 2010, 188(5);621-8 PMID:20212314
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