Literature References

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B. T. Butman1977MSH-Induced morphological changes of cultured amphibian iridophores
R. E. Coggeshall1966A fine structural analysis of the epidermis of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L.
E. G. Gray, Young J. Z.1964Electron microscopy of synaptic structure of octopus brain
S. Kobayashi, Tsukita, S., Tsukita, Y., Yamamoto, Y., Matsumoto, G.1986Subaxolemmal cytoskeleton in squid giant axon. I. Biochemical analysis of microtubules, microfilaments, and their associated high molecular weight proteins
R. J. Lasker, Gainer, H., Barker, J. L.1977Cell-to-cell transfer of glial proteins to the squid giant axon
M. Locke1965The structure of septate desmosomes
W. Min, McNiven, M., Porter, K. R.1983Iridophores and how they function
J. R. Morris, Lasek R. J.1980Metabolic activities associated with the stable cytoskeleton of axoplasm
R. E. Palazzo, Lynch, T. J., Lo, J. S., Walker, G. R., Taylor, J. D., Tchen, T. T.1984On the mechanism of the formation of carotenoid droplet aggregates in goldfish xanthophores
E. L. Reese, Haimo L. T.2003Dynein, dynactin, and kinesin II's interaction with microtubules is regulated during bidirectional organelle transport (vol 151, pg 155, 2000)
S. T. Rohrlich1974Fine structural demonstration of ordered arrays of cytoplasmic filaments in vertebrate iridophores
S. T. Rohrlich, Porter K. R.1972Fine structure observations relating to the production of color by the iridophores of a lizard, Anolis carolinensis
S. T. Rohrlich, Rubin R. W.1975Biochemical characterization of crystals from the iridophores of a chameleon Anolis carolinensis
H. Saibil, Hewat E.1987Ordered transmembrane and extracellular structure in squid photoreceptor microvilli
M. E. Stearns1984Cytomatrix in chromatophores
M. E. Stearns1984Cytomatrix in chromatophores
S. Tsukita, Tsukita, S., Kobayashi, T., Matsumoto, G.1986Subaxolemmal cytoskeleton in squid giant axon
S. Tsukita, Tsukita, S., Matsumoto, G.1988Light-induced structural changes of cytoskeleton in squid photoreceptor microvilli detected by rapid-freeze method
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