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RNA is closely associated with human mast cell secretory granules, suggesting a role(s) for granules in synthetic processes.
Ultrastructural immunogold cytochemistry with autoimmune human sera and an antibody to uridine implicate human mast cell granules in RNA biology.
Subcellular distribution of 3 functional platelet SNARE proteins: human cellubrevin, SNAP-23, and syntaxin 2.
Immunocytochemical localization of histamine in secretory granules of rat peritoneal mast cells with conventional or rapid microwave fixation and an ultrastructural post-embedding immunogold technique.
Ribosomes and secretory granules in human mast cells: close associations demonstrated by staining with a chelating agent.
Mechanisms of eosinophil secretion: large vesiculotubular carriers mediate transport and release of granule-derived cytokines and other proteins.
Ultrastructural localization of osteopontin immunoreactivity in phagolysosomes and secretory granules of cells in human intestine.
SNAP-23 and syntaxin-2 localize to the extracellular surface of the platelet plasma membrane.
Eosinophil extracellular DNA trap cell death mediates lytic release of free secretion-competent eosinophil granules in humans.
Rapid primary microwave-aldehyde and microwave-osmium fixation: improved detection of rat parotid acinar cell secretory granule alpha-amylase using a post-embedding immunogold ultrastructural morphometric analysis.
Ultrastructure of human mast cells.
Neuroendocrine cell secretory granules are not bacteria in inflammatory bowel disease.
Piecemeal degranulation of basophils and mast cells is effected by vesicular transport of stored secretory granule contents.
Mast cell secretory granules and lipid bodies contain the necessary machinery important for the in situ synthesis of proteins.
Defective cytoplasmic granule formation.II. Differences in patterns of radiolabeling of secretory granules in beige versus normal mouse pancreatic acinar cells after [3H]glycine administration in vivo.
Ultrastructural immunolocalization of basic fibroblast growth factor to lipid bodies and secretory granules in human mast cells.
Vesicle-mediated secretion of human eosinophil granule-derived major basic protein.
Electron tomography and immunonanogold electron microscopy for investigating intracellular trafficking and secretion in human eosinophils.
Histamine distribution in human basophil secretory granules undergoing FMLP-stimulated secretion and recovery.
CD63 is tightly associated with intracellular, secretory events chaperoning piecemeal degranulation and compound exocytosis in human eosinophils.
BASOPHIL/MAST CELL FUNCTION
Human Eosinophil Leukocytes Express Protein Disulfide Isomerase in Secretory Granules and Vesicles: Ultrastructural Studies.