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Organelles

The primary technique for defining subcellular localization of a molecule is to use immunocytochemistry or immunohistochemistry to co-stain the protein with a known organelle-associated marker. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used to distinguish different organelles.

Organelles

The primary technique for defining subcellular localization of a molecule is to use immunocytochemistry or immunohistochemistry to co-stain the protein with a known organelle-associated marker. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used to distinguish different organelles.

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Organelles Main

Organelles: Autophagosomes

Organelles: Cytoskeleton

Organelles: Endoplasmic Reticulum

Organelles: Endosomes

Organelles: Golgi Apparatus

Organelles: Intercellular Junctions

Organelles: Lysosomes

Organelles: Mitochondria

Organelles: Nuclear Envelope

Organelles: Nucleus

Organelles: Peroxisomes

Organelles: Plasma Membrane

Organelles: Ribosomes