Das endoplasmatische Retikulum in der Mitose – ein wandelbares Netz


In order to divide successfully, cells need to reorganize their interiorincluding membrane-bound organelles such as the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). The ER serves as sink and source for the nuclear envelope
and undergoes distinct transformations in its morphology and dynamics during cell division. To fully appreciate the functions of ER remodeling during cell division it will be essential to first achieve a detailed
understanding of the underlying molecular mechanisms.