||Squid Loligo pealeii
||Vale RD, Schnapp BJ, Reese TS, Sheetz MP. Organelle, bead, and microtubule translocations promoted by soluble factors from the squid giant axon. Cell. 1985 Mar40(3):559-69. p.561 right column bottom paragraphPubMed ID2578887
||Abstract:"A reconstituted system for examining directed organelle movements along purified microtubules has been developed. Axoplasm from the squid giant axon was separated into soluble supernatant and organelle-enriched fractions... The axoplasmic supernatant also supported movement of microtubules along a glass surface and movement of carboxylated latex beads along microtubules at 0.5 micron/sec."
||P.561 right column bottom paragraph:"Organelles moving a sufficient distance for their translocation to be measured reliably had a mean velocity of 1.42µm/sec (n = 8)." Please note-this species is now known as the longfin inshore squid (Doryteuthis pealeii)