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Confocal and video imaging of cytoskeleton dynamics in the leech zygote
(Academic Press Inc., 2004)
Ooplasmic segregation in the late interphase zygote of the leech Theromyzon trizonare is accomplished by reorganization of an ectoplasmic cytoskeleton formed by polar rings and meridional bands. The dynamic properties of ...
Formation of polar cytoplasmic domains (teloplasms) in the leech egg is a three-step segregation process
Segregation and proliferation of mitochondria, leading to formation of the teloplasms (pole plasms), were studied in eggs of the leech T. rude by immunocytochemistry, fluorescent time lapse video imaging, confocal and ...
The complex dynamic network of microtubule and microfilament cytasters of the leech zygote
(Academic Press Inc., 2000)
The organization of the cytoskeleton in the early first interphase zygote and its involvement in organelle redistribution were studied in the glossiphoniid leech Theromyzon trizonare by confocal and electron microscopy, ...
New insights to the functional role of the T cell-Antigen Presenting Cell immunological synapse
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2002)
Multicellular spheroid formation and evolutionary conserved behaviors of apple snail hemocytes in culture
A hemocyte primary culture system for Pomacea canaliculata in a medium mimicking hemolymphatic plasma composition was developed. Hemocytes adhered and spread onto culture dish in the first few hours after seeding but ...