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Osmium staining in thin section of interphase HeLa cells

During mitosis, the stacked nature of the Golgi Apparatus's cisternae is altered and becomes more perforated. This figure is an image from Lucocq and Warren's study, using an osmium stain.

"In transverse sections of the Golgi stack (a and b) staining is limited to one and at most two cisternae on one side. In oblique sections (c) the fenestrated nature of the cis cistema is apparent."

Scale - Bars = 0.2 μm.


Reference: John M.Lucocq and Graham Warren (1987), 'Fragmentation and partitioning of the Golgi apparatus during mitosis in HeLa cells'. The EMBO Journal 6 (11).

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