Figure 7.

Co-localization of Gurken with a Golgi Marker. Wild type egg chambers and egg chambers derived from germline clones of sec61βP1 were stained with Gurken (Magenta) and Phalloidin (red). The ubiquitously expressed Golgi complex marker is in green. A-C) Wild type egg chambers expressing the Golgi marker (A) and stained with Gurken, which is localized to the anterior-dorsal region of the oocyte (B). A magnification of the anterior-dorsal region of the oocyte showing frequent co-localization of punctuate Gurken containing structures with the Golgi marker (C). The inset is same as C but shows the whole egg chamber. D-F) Egg chambers mutant for sec61β expressing the Golgi marker (D) and stained with Gurken, which is localized to the anterior-dorsal region of the oocyte (E). A magnification of the anterior-dorsal region of the oocyte showing frequent co-localization of punctuate Gurken containing structures with the Golgi marker (F). The inset is same as F but shows the whole egg chamber. Co-localization is indicated by white arrows.

Kelkar and Dobberstein BMC Cell Biology 2009 10:11   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-10-11
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