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Cytoplasmic Structures

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  • Tubular cytoplasmic structures whose membranes contain IMP aggregates which look identical to the IMP aggregates in the luminal membrane have also been described in granular cells from unstimulated and ADH-stimulated bladders [12].
  • Furthermore, in the oocytes, CVH protein was predominantly localized in granulofibrillar structures surrounding the mitochondrial cloud and spectrin protein-enriched structure, indicating that the CVH-containing cytoplasmic structure is the precursory germ plasm in the chicken [13].
  • Ultrastructural analysis indicated that compared with MAL bearing an intact RWKSS sequence, a mutant with lysine -3 substituted by serine showed a twofold increased presence in clathrin-coated cytoplasmic structures and a reduced expression on the plasma membrane [14].
  • When expressed in keratinocytes, full-length CRIK, but not CRIK-SK, localizes into corpuscular cytoplasmic structures and elicits recruitment of actin into these structures [15].
  • These data suggest that CLIP-170 has at least two functional domains in vivo, an N-terminal microtubule-binding domain, and a C-terminal domain that is involved in the anchoring of microtubules to peripheral cytoplasmic structures [16].

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