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The Golgi organelle
is named for Camillo Golgi, the Italian scientist and Nobel Prize winner who
discovered the structure in 1898. It is composed of a network of sacs, stacked
like a deck of playing cards, located inside cells. In the new study, Robert
Linhardt and colleagues point out that Golgi bodies are one of the most poorly
understood organelles (specialized structures inside cells) in the human body.
Scientists already know, however, that the organelles play a key role in
producing heparin, a substance that helps prevent
researchers describe development of a prototype lab-on-a-chip device that
closely mimics the natural Golgi apparatus. They showed in lab tests that the
device could quickly and efficiently produce heparin. It did so in an
assembly-line fashion using a combination of enzymes, sugars and other raw
materials and demonstrated that the substance has a strong clot-fighting
potential. In the future, an “artificial Golgi” could lead to a faster and safer
method for producing heparin, the scientists suggest.
--News release courtesy of American Chemical Society
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