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Endocytic origin for periaxonemal vesicles along the flagellum during mouse spermiogenesis

Gamete Research

Dec 1, 1988

D Segretain, C Roussel

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In mouse spermatogenesis, formation of the flagellum is associated with the presence of numerous periaxonemal vesicles. These are present in the cytoplasmic portion, limited by the deep invagination of the plasma membrane surrounding the axoneme; the number and size of these vesicles va...read more

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Entire Lumen of Body System
Endocytosis
Protoplasm
Extracellular Space
Vesicle
Cytoplasmic
Seminiferous Tubule Structure
Electron Microscopy
Spermatogenesis
Spermiogenesis
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Endocytic origin for periaxonemal vesicles along the flagellum during mouse spermiogenesis

Gamete Research

Dec 1, 1988

D Segretain, C Roussel

PMID: 3220435

DOI: 10.1002/mrd.1120210412

Abstract

In mouse spermatogenesis, formation of the flagellum is associated with the presence of numerous periaxonemal vesicles. These are present in the cytoplasmic portion, limited by the deep invagination of the plasma membrane surrounding the axoneme; the number and size of these vesicles va...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Entire Lumen of Body System
Endocytosis
Protoplasm
Extracellular Space
Vesicle
Cytoplasmic
Seminiferous Tubule Structure
Electron Microscopy
Spermatogenesis
Spermiogenesis

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Endocytic System

Adsorptive and receptor-mediated endocytosis via clathrin-coated vesicles provides the major and best-characterized portal for uptake of multiple molecules and particles into cells. Via clathrin-dependent endocytosis, cells receive nutrients, regulate receptors and other plasma membrane constituents, take up antigens, and remove senescent, excess, and potentially harmful substances from the extracellular fluid. Discover the latest research on endocytic system here.

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