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Microvilli give gut vesicles the brush-off

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A surprising new function for intestinal cells in shaping their local environment.

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FOCAL POINT Intestinal cells release enzyme-laden vesicles into the gut lumen from the tips of their microvilli (red circles) through the action of the motor protein myosin-1a. Russell McConnell (left), Matthew Tyska (right) and colleagues think these lumenal vesicles function to process nutrients and protect against bacterial infection.
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fig1: FOCAL POINT Intestinal cells release enzyme-laden vesicles into the gut lumen from the tips of their microvilli (red circles) through the action of the motor protein myosin-1a. Russell McConnell (left), Matthew Tyska (right) and colleagues think these lumenal vesicles function to process nutrients and protect against bacterial infection.


Microvilli give gut vesicles the brush-off
FOCAL POINT Intestinal cells release enzyme-laden vesicles into the gut lumen from the tips of their microvilli (red circles) through the action of the motor protein myosin-1a. Russell McConnell (left), Matthew Tyska (right) and colleagues think these lumenal vesicles function to process nutrients and protect against bacterial infection.
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fig1: FOCAL POINT Intestinal cells release enzyme-laden vesicles into the gut lumen from the tips of their microvilli (red circles) through the action of the motor protein myosin-1a. Russell McConnell (left), Matthew Tyska (right) and colleagues think these lumenal vesicles function to process nutrients and protect against bacterial infection.

View Article: PubMed Central

ABSTRACT

A surprising new function for intestinal cells in shaping their local environment.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus