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--Z3420150 (talk) 15:45, 21 March 2013 (EST)


Current research:

Division of the intermediate compartment at the onset of mitosis provides a mechanism for Golgi inheritance [1]

Currently, it is still unclear if the process of Golgi inheritance involves the Golgi enzymes in the pool of COPI vesicles especially in the onset of mitosis [2]. This is still being observed and made a theory. Based on the observation, the immediate compartment at the Endoplasmic Reticulum-Golgi boundary is actually connected to the centrosome. The Golgi's behaviour has been examined focusing on its mitotic fate and possible role for Golgi breakdown. In addition this research is still current in providing evidence with the association of COPI-dependent dispersal during mataphase and prophase method which is essential for Golgi reassembly. This is paramount to be able for Golgi inheritance to mitotically occur successfully.

How the Golgi works: A cisternal progenitor model [3]

There is still a gap to our understanding on the process of Golgi assembly and how the proteins are being transported properly and the biochemical processes for the proteins to pass through the Golgi apparatus. Different study provides evidence to our understanding with the molecular basis of the process of protein transportation through Golgi via endocytic pathway. This provides a stepping stone of the general understanding of how Golgi may function and transport. This study shows the transport of cargo molecules through a tightly stacked Golgi via continual fusion and fission process which is necessary for its own mechanism. This is essential for future study to provide information about the Golgi mechanism and the biochemical processes for the Golgi complex to grow from a complex Golgi progenitor.

  1. <pubmed>17505521</pubmed>
  2. <pubmed>17505521</pubmed>
  3. <pubmed>21045128</pubmed>