Coiled bodies

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Coiled bodies (Aliases: "Cajal bodies") are structures found in the nucleus of certain cells.[1] They are often seen attached to the Nucleolus.[2]

P80-coilin is a specific marker for coiled bodies,[3] and demonstrates these bodies tend to be associated with the nucleolus when cells are not dividing.

References

  1. Unger E, Buchwalow IB, Hartmann M, Kleschtschinow WM, Raikhlin NT (1975). "Ultrastructural demonstration of NAD-pyrophosphorylase activity in mouse liver nuclei". Histochemistry. 43 (1): 73–9. PMID 166966.
  2. Kinderman NB, LaVelle A (1976). "A nucleolus-associated coiled body". J. Neurocytol. 5 (8): 545–50. PMID 978230.
  3. Raska I, Ochs RL, Andrade LE; et al. (1990). "Association between the nucleolus and the coiled body". J. Struct. Biol. 104 (1–3): 120–7. PMID 2088441.

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