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Abstract In 1898, the Golgi apparatus was discovered by light microscopy, and since the 1950s, the ultrastructure composition is known by electron microscopic e complex three-dimensional morphology fascinated researchers and was sometimes even the driving force to develop novel visualization techniques.
The classical site of the ‘Golgi apparatus’, the Purkinje cells of the cerebellum of owls, has been examined by electron e greater part of the cytoplasm consists of aggregates of closely packed granular membranes ofendoplasmic e objects described by Dalton and Felix in electron micrographs and called by them the Golgi apparatus are rarely seen in these preparations.
Electron microscopy of the Golgi apparatus Nature. 1960 Mar 5;185:703-i: 10.1038/thor
All dictyosomes in a cell combined make up the Golgi e ultrastructure of the Golgi apparatus (Golgi complex) is distinct in its e electron-microscopic examination of thin sections of cells reveals the Golgi apparatus as a characteristically structured system of smooth double membranes (sacculi), which are either arranged in parallel stacks, or are layered around vacuoles.
IT has become customary in studies of the nerve cell by electron microscopy to apply the term ‘Golgi apparatus’ to appearances suggesting membranes, granules, or size, general ...
Figure 1The Golgi apparatus in this transmission electron micrograph of a white blood cell is visible as a stack of semicircular flattened rings in the lower portion of this veral vesicles can be seen near the Golgi edit: modification of work by Louisa Howard; scale-bar data from Matt Russell)
The Golgi apparatus from patients after infarction was further observed by immunoelectron microscopy. We used TGN46 as a marker for Golgi apparatus, which is a putative cargo-binding protein that maintains a steady-state level in the dynamic trans-Golgi network structure by active retention and lloidal Gold was used for labeling.