You are a scientist in the lab studying vesicular movement.

You are a scientist in the lab studying vesicular movement. During one of your experiments you use a new cell line and notice that vesicular movement between the ER and the plasma membrane has stopped completely in this cell line. You test your sample and note that the cells are not dead. How would you explain these results?

A. There was a defect in the myosin of this new cell line

B. There was a defect in the dynein of this new cell line

C. There was a defect in the formation of microtubules in this new cell line

D. There was a defect in the kinesin in the new cell line

E. Answers B and C

F. Answers C and D

G. Answers B and D

H. Answers A and C