DICTIONARY - CELL STRUCTUREi

Cell structure

The cell structure section of the dictionary is based on representative images of antibody-stained human cancer cell lines. Each sample is stained with an in-house generated HPA-antibody and counterstained with markers for the microtubules, endoplasmic reticulum and nucleus. The cells have been grown, fixated and permeabilized before incubated with the antibodies. Confocal microscopy has been used to provide the high-resolution, four-color images. The aim of the cell structure section is to highlight the organelle structure of a cell.

Cell-to-cell variation

Cell structures

Actin filaments
Aggresome
Cell Junctions
Centrosome
Cytokinetic bridge
Cytoplasmic bodies
Cytosol
Endoplasmic reticulum
Endosomes
Focal adhesion sites
Golgi apparatus
Intermediate filaments
Lipid droplets
Lysosomes
Microtubule ends
Microtubule organizing center
Microtubules
Midbody
Midbody ring
Mitochondria
Mitotic spindle
Nuclear bodies
Nuclear membrane
Nuclear speckles
Nucleoli
Nucleoli fibrillar center
Nucleoplasm
Nucleus
Peroxisomes
Plasma membrane
Rods & Rings
Vesicles