Figure 5

From: Globozoospermia and lack of acrosome formation in GM130-deficient mice

Figure 5

Immunofluorescence of Golgi-specific proteins. The expression of Golgi-specific proteins in both the control and GM130-deficient testes was examined via immunofluorescence. GM130 protein was detected in the germ cells of control testes (a, red), but not the GM130−/−testes (b). Golgin84 protein was identified in both control (c, white arrowheads) and GM130−/−testes (d, white arrowheads). However, the Golgin84-positive punctae in the GM130−/−testes were smaller than the control testes. TGN46 protein was also identified in both control (e, white arrowhead) and GM130−/−(f, white arrowhead) testes, and the TGN46-positive punctae in the GM130−/−testes were also smaller than the control testes