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Positioning the Golgi apparatus.

journal contribution
posted on 06.08.2004, 00:00 authored by Adam LinstedtAdam Linstedt

Ríos et al. (2004) report in this issue that the Golgi protein GMAP-210 is sufficient to confer pericentrosomal positioning and recruits gamma-tubulin and associated microtubule-nucleating ring complex proteins to Golgi membranes. The results raise the possibility that short microtubules emanate from the Golgi to mediate its organization and positioning.