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Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra

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Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra. / McDowall, A W; Grimmelikhuijzen, C J.

I: Cell and Tissue Research, Bind 209, Nr. 2, 01.01.1980, s. 217-24.

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McDowall, AW & Grimmelikhuijzen, CJ 1980, 'Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra', Cell and Tissue Research, bind 209, nr. 2, s. 217-24.

APA

McDowall, A. W., & Grimmelikhuijzen, C. J. (1980). Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra. Cell and Tissue Research, 209(2), 217-24.

Vancouver

McDowall AW, Grimmelikhuijzen CJ. Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra. Cell and Tissue Research. 1980 jan 1;209(2):217-24.

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McDowall, A W ; Grimmelikhuijzen, C J. / Intercellular junctions in nerve-free hydra. I: Cell and Tissue Research. 1980 ; Bind 209, Nr. 2. s. 217-24.

Bibtex

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AU - Grimmelikhuijzen, C J

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N2 - Epithelial cells of nerve-free hydra contain septate and gap junctions. In thin sections the gap junctions are characterized by a gap of 3-4 nm. Freeze-fracture demonstrates the presence of septate junctions and two further types of structures: (i) the "E-type" or "inverted" gap junctions with particles in an "enplaque conformation appearing as a raised plateau on the E-face or as a depression on the P-face; (ii) structures morphologically similar to gap junctions in rat liver, containing particles on the P-face and corresponding pits on the E-face, both having hexagonal packing with a lattice constant of 8 nm. We propose that these structures are also gap junctions.

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KW - Animals

KW - Epithelium

KW - Freeze Fracturing

KW - Hydra

KW - Intercellular Junctions

M3 - Journal article

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