publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2008

Characterization of p28, a novel ERGIC/"cis"-Golgi protein, required for Golgi ribbon formation. pH measurements in the early secretory pathway "in vivo"

Kögler, Eva Jutta;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: Switzerland
The secretory pathway of mammalian cells consists of several compartments. Transport between these organelles is accomplished via vesicular carriers or maturation. For non abundant proteins it is thought that transport receptors help the proteins to exit the ER in an effective way. The best characterized mammalian cargo receptor is ERGIC-53, which transports blood coagulation factor V and VIII, cathespin C and Z as well as alpha1-antitrypsin. It localizes to the ER Golgi intermediate compartment (ERGIC) at steady state, but cycles between the organelles of the early secretory pathway. In S. cerevisiae Emp24p, a member of the p24 protein family, was revealed to b...
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