Cis- versus trans-Golgi dynamics during the asexual life cycle of P. falciparum. GRASP–GFP and DsRed–Rab6 were used to visualize the spatial organization of the cis- and trans face of the Golgi in ring stages (a), early (b) and late schizonts (c). The initially close connection between the cis- and trans-face of the Golgi in young parasites (a) appears to expand during maturation (b), resulting in a clearly distinct trans-Golgi compartment in schizonts (c). The boxed regions in a-c are depicted in higher magnification in 1-3.
Struck NS, Herrmann S, Schmuck-Barkmann I, de Souza Dias S, Haase S, Cabrera AL, Treeck M, Bruns C, Langer C, Cowman AF, Marti M, Spielmann T, Gilberger TW. Spatial dissection of the cis- and trans-Golgi compartments in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Mol Microbiol. 2008 67:1320-30.
Other associated proteins
|PF3D7_1017300||golgi re-assembly stacking protein 2|