IIF patterns and diagnosis IIF Pattern n % Diagnosis n Cancer (esophageal, gastric, colon) 22 SAID 12 Midbody 49 0.49 Polyneuropathy 3 Infectious disease 3 Postmenopausal osteoporosis 1 Other pathologies 8 Autoimmune hepatitis/Primary Anti-actin 37 0.37 biliary cirrhosis/Chronic liver disease 36 Celiac disease 1 SAID 14 Centriole
29 0.29 Cerebrovascular disease 8 Other pathologies 7 SAID 2 Anti-golgi 21 0.21 Chronic liver disease 9 Infectious disease 4 Other pathologies 6 Infectious disease 5 Cancer 3 Spindle fibers 20 0.20 Vasculitis 2 Diabetes mellitus type 2 2 Autoimmune hepatitis 1 Other pathologies 7 Infectious disease 2 PCNA-like 9 0.09 Polyneuropathy 2 SAID 1 Other pathologies 4 Rods and rings 3 0.03 Chronic hepatitis C 3 SAID: Systemic autoimmune diseases.
Deconstructing the centriole
: structure and number control.
(6) The centriolar region in the initial stage of spermatid differentiation showing the nucleus (N), the centriolar adjunct material (ca), and the centriole
[gamma]-Tubulin in land plants has been released from a tight association with centrioles
that is typical of animal and algal cells.
Centrin is a Conserved Protein that Forms Diverse Associations with Centrioles
and MTOCs in Naegleria and Other Organisms [Review].
The sperm centriole
is located in its neck within a 'black box', flanked by the segmental columns, just beneath the basal plate, proximal to its nucleus.
Briefly, the process of PC assembly begins with the formation of the basal body, the mother centriole
from which the cilium nucleates, and its migration and docking to the actin-rich cortex located at the cell surface.
7 chromosome centriole
probe exhibits green fluorescence due to fluorescein isothiocyanate labeling, and the EGFR probe exhibits red fluorescence due to rhodamine labeling.
polarisation to the immunological synapse directs secretion from cytolytic cells of both the innate and adaptive immune systems," BMC Biology, vol.
Scale bar: 500 nm; 11, microgamont (MIC) with peripherally arranged nuclei (N), without nucleoli, note the presence of mitochondrion (MI) and centriole
(C) in the vicinity of the nuclei.
Growth of renal cilia is templated from a basal body/ centriole
structure anchored just beneath the plasma membrane.
(1,2) Highly organized organelles, the mammalian centrosomes consists of a pair of centriole
and pericentriolar matrix that surrounds the individual centriole
and the microtubules.