The availability of quantification methods for sub-cellular organelle dynamic analysis has increased rapidly over the last 20 years. The application of these techniques to contiguous sub-cellular structures that exhibit dynamic re-modelling over a range of scales and orientations is challenging as quantification of ‘movement’ rarely corresponds to traditional, qualitative classifications of types of organelle movement. The plant endoplasmic reticulum represents a particular challenge for dynamic quantification as it itself is an entirely contiguous organelle that is in a constant state of flux and gross remodelling, controlled by the actinomyosin cytoskeleton.
Pain, CharlotteKriechbaumer, Verena
Department of Biological and Medical Sciences
Year of publication: 2019Date of RADAR deposit: 2019-12-05
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