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p24 family proteins: key players in the regulation of trafficking along the secretory pathway

Protoplasma

Aug 1, 2015

Noelia Pastor-CantizanoFernando Aniento

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p24 family proteins have been known for a long time, but their functions have remained elusive. However, they are emerging as essential regulators of protein trafficking along the secretory pathway, influencing the composition, structure, and function of different organelles in the path...read more

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Pathogenic Aspects
Biochemical Pathway
Conserved Sequence
Pathogenesis
Protein Digestion
Golgi Apparatus
KDELR1 gene
Post-Translational Protein Processing
Regulation of Biological Process
G-Protein-Coupled Receptors
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p24 family proteins: key players in the regulation of trafficking along the secretory pathway

Protoplasma

Aug 1, 2015

Noelia Pastor-CantizanoFernando Aniento

PMID: 26224213

DOI: 10.1007/s00709-015-0858-6

Abstract

p24 family proteins have been known for a long time, but their functions have remained elusive. However, they are emerging as essential regulators of protein trafficking along the secretory pathway, influencing the composition, structure, and function of different organelles in the path...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Pathogenic Aspects
Biochemical Pathway
Conserved Sequence
Pathogenesis
Protein Digestion
Golgi Apparatus
KDELR1 gene
Post-Translational Protein Processing
Regulation of Biological Process
G-Protein-Coupled Receptors

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