50 - 300 nm
||Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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||Kukulski W, Schorb M, Kaksonen M, Briggs JAG (2012) Plasma membrane reshaping during endocytosis is revealed by time-resolved electron tomography. Cell 150: 508–520PubMed ID22863005
||Time-resolved electron tomography
||p.3502 left column 3rd paragraph:"Endocytic patches are diffraction-limited structures with a diameter between 50 and 300 nm in wild-type yeast cells (primary source). When imaged with a spinning-disk confocal microscope, the fluorescence signal of a patch protein is blurred by a three-dimensional Gaussian defined by the point-spread function of the microscope. In [investigators’] setup, the full width at half maximum in the z-axis is ~360 nm. Consequently, one must image at least three consecutive confocal sections spaced 360 nm apart to collect virtually all (95%) of the fluorescence signal of an endocytic patch."