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* RNA Granules in Germ Cells
 
* RNA Granules in Germ Cells
 
* “Germ granules” are cytoplasmic, nonmembrane-bound organelles unique to germline.  
 
* “Germ granules” are cytoplasmic, nonmembrane-bound organelles unique to germline.  
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* germ granules appear as dense, fibrillar structures that in some cases appear to have distinct subcompartments
 
* Balbiani bodies, consisting of ER and mitochondria interspersed with nuage surrounding Golgi stacks
 
* Balbiani bodies, consisting of ER and mitochondria interspersed with nuage surrounding Golgi stacks
 
* During meiosis, spermatocytes assemble a unique type of germ granule called the chromatoid body  
 
* During meiosis, spermatocytes assemble a unique type of germ granule called the chromatoid body  
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* Two main classes of cytoplasmic RNA granules have been described in somatic cells: processing bodies and stress granules (Balagopal and Parker 2009). Processing bodies (P bodies) and stress granules share components implicated in RNA storage, turnover, and translational regulation.
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* germ granules might correspond to P bodies and/or stress granules
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* Germ granules have also been implicated in the regulation of mRNA levels, by promoting either mRNA storage or mRNA turnover at specific developmental stages.
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Cytoplasmic RNA granules in somatic cells - share components implicated in RNA storage, turnover, and translational regulation.
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# Processing bodies - (P bodies) contain components of the mRNA decay machinery,
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# Stress granules - contain TIA proteins, poly-A binding protein, and stalled translation initiation complexes
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Biol Reprod. 1970 Feb;2(1):129-53.
 
Biol Reprod. 1970 Feb;2(1):129-53.
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Fawcett DW, Eddy EM, Phillips DM.
 
Fawcett DW, Eddy EM, Phillips DM.
 
PMID 4106274
 
PMID 4106274
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* chromatoid body relocalizes to the base of the flagellum in elongating spermatids (Fig. 2C), and disassembles later during spermatogenesis
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Latest revision as of 08:18, 3 May 2016

2016

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3225947/

  • RNA Granules in Germ Cells
  • “Germ granules” are cytoplasmic, nonmembrane-bound organelles unique to germline.
  • germ granules appear as dense, fibrillar structures that in some cases appear to have distinct subcompartments
  • Balbiani bodies, consisting of ER and mitochondria interspersed with nuage surrounding Golgi stacks
  • During meiosis, spermatocytes assemble a unique type of germ granule called the chromatoid body
  • Two main classes of cytoplasmic RNA granules have been described in somatic cells: processing bodies and stress granules (Balagopal and Parker 2009). Processing bodies (P bodies) and stress granules share components implicated in RNA storage, turnover, and translational regulation.
  • germ granules might correspond to P bodies and/or stress granules
  • Germ granules have also been implicated in the regulation of mRNA levels, by promoting either mRNA storage or mRNA turnover at specific developmental stages.


Cytoplasmic RNA granules in somatic cells - share components implicated in RNA storage, turnover, and translational regulation.

  1. Processing bodies - (P bodies) contain components of the mRNA decay machinery,
  2. Stress granules - contain TIA proteins, poly-A binding protein, and stalled translation initiation complexes


Biol Reprod. 1970 Feb;2(1):129-53. Observations on the fine structure and relationships of the chromatoid body in mammalian spermatogenesis. Fawcett DW, Eddy EM, Phillips DM. PMID 4106274

  • chromatoid body relocalizes to the base of the flagellum in elongating spermatids (Fig. 2C), and disassembles later during spermatogenesis



http://celldiv.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1747-1028-6-6

  • Nuage (or commonly known as chromatoid body in mammals) is a conserved germline-specific organelle that has been linked to the Piwi-interacting RNA (piRNA) pathway.
  • Vasa (known as Mouse Vasa Homolog in mouse), a nuage component, plays a mitotic role in promoting chromosome condensation and segregation by facilitating robust chromosomal localization of condensin I in the Drosophila germline.


http://celldiv.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1747-1028-6-16

  • Yeast
  • activator proteins called Cdc20 and Cdh1 are required for both APC/C activation and substrate selection
  • APC/C mediated proteolysis of key regulatory proteins drives the cell from G2 through M phase into G1
  • To enter the meiotic program, cells exit the cell cycle early in G1 before the accumulation of the G1 cyclins

2015

Nature Mitosis and Cell Division

Cell Press Videos

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Polymerization Pulls (George von Dassow, University of Oregon) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W89cD0YkHfw&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/v/W89cD0YkHfw

Ready, Set, Replicate (Teresa Davoli, Eros Lazzerini Denchi, Titia de Lange) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gucJ9TwHNtA&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/v/gucJ9TwHNtA

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