Inorganic polyphosphate occurs in the cell wall of and accumulates during cytokinesis-6
figureposted on 31.12.2011, 10:33 by Thomas P Werner, Nikolaus Amrhein, Florian M Freimoser
Taken from "Inorganic polyphosphate occurs in the cell wall of and accumulates during cytokinesis"
BMC Plant Biology 2007;7():51-51.
Published online 24 Sep 2007
PMCID:PMC2096623.t cw92 mt(below) cells that are stained with EcPPXc (green: poly P staining, red: chlorophyll, grayscale: corresponding scattered light picture). Specificity of the poly P staining was controlled by competition with soluble poly P (right). The other wild type strains (mt-137c and mt-CC-410) showed similar staining as wild type mt137c (not shown). Because staining of the cell wall mutant strains cw92 mt, cw15 mt, cw15 mt, cw1 mt, cw14 mtand cwd mtled to identical signals, only the cell wall mutant cw92 mtis shown as representative.