Otey - Images

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 palladin
Figure 1. Palladin (in green) is concentrated in closely-spaced spots associated with
contractile bundles of actin filaments (in red), in a cultured A7r5 vascular smooth muscle cell.

 

 

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Figure 2. (Figures 2-4.) In cultured fibroblasts, three-color immunofluorescence staining is used to detect palladin (green), actin (blue) and VASP (red), which is a regulator of actin filament growth and a molecular partner for palladin. Note that palladin and VASP are detected in regularly-spaced dots along the actin filament bundles, and also at the ends of the bundles, where they attach to the plasma membrane on the lower surface of the cell.

 

 palladin3
Figure 3. (Figures 2-4.) In cultured fibroblasts, three-color immunofluorescence staining is used to detect palladin (green), actin (blue) and VASP (red), which is a regulator of actin filament growth and a molecular partner for palladin. Note that palladin and VASP are detected in regularly-spaced dots along the actin filament bundles, and also at the ends of the bundles, where they attach to the plasma membrane on the lower surface of the cell.

 

 palladin4
Figure 4. (Figures 2-4.) In cultured fibroblasts, three-color immunofluorescence staining is used to detect palladin (green), actin (blue) and VASP (red), which is a regulator of actin filament growth and a molecular partner for palladin. Note that palladin and VASP are detected in regularly-spaced dots along the actin filament bundles, and also at the ends of the bundles, where they attach to the plasma membrane on the lower surface of the cell.