Guinea pig pancreatic slice in vitro EMAR 3min pulse +37 chase with cycloheximide

Creator:
Jamieson, James D
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New Haven, CT
Yale University School of Medicine
5/6/1967
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Protein transport from the RER to the final steps of exocytosis does not require ongoing protein synthesis as determined in these studies. We postulated that synthesis of new proteins such as membrane proteins, in the short term, is not required. Recycled zymogen granule membrane may provide the needed reservoir of membranes for construction of new zymogen granules.
Topics:
Guinea pig pancreatic slice in vitro EMAR
Topics:
Jamieson, James D
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electron microscopic autoradiograph
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Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology
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George E. Palade Electron Microscopy Slide Collection
Citation:
See Jamieson, J.D., and Palade, G.E. Intracellular transport of secretory proteins in the pancreatic exocrine cell. III. Dissociation of intracellular transport from protein synthesis. J. Cell Biol. 39:580-588, 1968.
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15817869
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digcoll:2795291