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John A. Kloetzel, Anne Baroin-Tourancheau, Cristina Miceli, Sabrina Barchetta, James Farmar, Deben Banerjee, Anne Fleury-Aubusson
J Cell Sci (2003) 116 (7): 1291–1303.
Published: 1 April 2003
...@umbc.edu ) 18 12 2002 © The Company of Biologists Limited 2003 2003 Signal sequence Membrane skeleton Alveolata Protist Epiplasm Pellicle Cortical cytoskeleton Repetitive protein domains Ciliate expression library Eukaryotic cells typically stabilize their plasma...
J Cell Sci (1998) 111 (22): 3367–3378.
Published: 15 November 1998
...Irm Huttenlauch; Robert K. Peck; Reimer Stick ABSTRACT The cortex of ciliates, dinoflagellates and euglenoids comprises a unique structure called the epiplasm, implicated in pattern-forming processes of the cell cortex and in maintaining cell shape. Despite significant variation in the structural...
J Cell Sci (1998) 111 (14): 1909–1919.
Published: 30 July 1998
...Irm Huttenlauch; Robert K. Peck; Uwe Plessmann; Klaus Weber; Reimer Stick ABSTRACT Most protists possess a unique membrane skeleton, the epiplasm, which is involved in pattern forming processes of the cell cortex and functions in maintaining cell shape. Articulins, a novel class of cytoskeletal...
Pierre Nahon, Gérard Coffe, Hervé Le Guyader, Julienne Darmanaden-Delorme, Rachel Jeanmaire-Wolf, Jean-Claude Clérot, André Adoutte
J Cell Sci (1993) 104 (4): 975–990.
Published: 1 April 1993
...Pierre Nahon; Gérard Coffe; Hervé Le Guyader; Julienne Darmanaden-Delorme; Rachel Jeanmaire-Wolf; Jean-Claude Clérot; André Adoutte ABSTRACT In most ciliates, the epiplasm, a superficial cytoskeletal layer of variable thickness, both surrounds basal bodies and interacts tightly with adjacent...
J Cell Sci (1992) 103 (4): 1117–1125.
Published: 1 December 1992
...Sophie Curtenaz; Robert K. Peck ABSTRACT The membrane skeleton, or epiplasm, of the ciliated protozoon Pseudomicrothorax dubius is a chemically and structurally complex layer. It is responsible for the cell shape and the positioning of some cortical organelles. One may expect that its possible...