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A sulfated proteoglycan is necessary for storage of exocrine secretory proteins in the rat parotid gland

American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology

Aug 1, 2002

Srirangapatnam G Venkatesh, S U Gorr

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Sulfated proteoglycans have been proposed to play a role in the sorting and storage of secretory proteins in exocrine secretory granules. Rat parotid acinar cells expressed a 40- to 60-kDa proteoglycan that was stored in secretory granules. Treatment of the tissue with the proteoglycan ...read more

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    American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology

    Aug 1, 2002

    Srirangapatnam G Venkatesh, S U Gorr

    PMID: 12107053

    DOI: 10.1152/ajpcell.00552.2001

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    Sulfated proteoglycans have been proposed to play a role in the sorting and storage of secretory proteins in exocrine secretory granules. Rat parotid acinar cells expressed a 40- to 60-kDa proteoglycan that was stored in secretory granules. Treatment of the tissue with the proteoglycan ...read more

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