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Opposing Microtubule Motors Control Motility, Morphology, and Cargo Segregation During ER-to-Golgi Transport

bioRxiv

Jan 10, 2014

Anna K BrownDavid J Stephens

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We recently demonstrated that dynein and kinesin motors drive multiple aspects of endosomal function in mammalian cells. These functions include driving motility, maintaining morphology (notably through providing longitudinal tension to support vesicle fission), and driving cargo sortin...read more

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Cavity of Golgi Vesicle
Dynein Activity
Golgi Apparatus
Coating Excipient
Cell Motility
SNX1
Science of Morphology
Kinesin Activity
KIF5B gene
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Opposing Microtubule Motors Control Motility, Morphology, and Cargo Segregation During ER-to-Golgi Transport

bioRxiv

Jan 10, 2014

Anna K BrownDavid J Stephens

PMID: 990001743

DOI: 10.1101/001743

Abstract

We recently demonstrated that dynein and kinesin motors drive multiple aspects of endosomal function in mammalian cells. These functions include driving motility, maintaining morphology (notably through providing longitudinal tension to support vesicle fission), and driving cargo sortin...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

KIF2B
Cavity of Golgi Vesicle
Dynein Activity
Golgi Apparatus
Coating Excipient
Cell Motility
SNX1
Science of Morphology
Kinesin Activity
KIF5B gene
7
2

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