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OPPOSING MICROTUBULE MOTORS CONTROL MOTILITY, MORPHOLOGY, AND CARGO SEGREGATION DURING ER-TO-GOLGI TRANSPORT.

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Jan 10, 2014

Anna L BrownDavid John 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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Cell Secretion
Trafficking
Motility
Vesicle (Morphologic Abnormality)
Vesicle
Motor Function
KIF5B protein, human
Endoplasmic Reticulum
KIF5B gene
Kinesin
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  • OPPOSING MICROTUBULE MOTORS CONTROL MOTILITY, MORPHOLOGY, AND CARGO SEGREGATION DURING ER-TO-GOLGI TRANSPORT.

    bioRxiv

    Jan 10, 2014

    Anna L BrownDavid John 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

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    Cell Secretion
    Trafficking
    Motility
    Vesicle (Morphologic Abnormality)
    Vesicle
    7
    2

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