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MitoNEET-dependent formation of intermitochondrial junctions
Significance Mitochondria form dynamic networks in eukaryotic cells by constantly fusing with and separating from each other. Alterations in the mitochondrial network are observed in manyExpand
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TM9 family proteins control surface targeting of glycine-rich transmembrane domains
ABSTRACT TM9 family proteins (also named Phg1 proteins) have been previously shown to control cell adhesion by determining the cell surface localization of adhesion proteins such as the DictyosteliumExpand
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Immunofluorescence labeling of cell surface antigens in Dictyostelium
BackgroundImmunolocalization of cellular antigens typically requires fixation and permeabilization of cells, prior to incubation with antibodies.FindingsAssessing a test protein abundantly present atExpand
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Role of the HIV-1 envelope transmembrane domain in intracellular sorting
BackgroundThe envelope protein of lentiviruses are type I transmembrane proteins, and their transmembrane domain contains conserved potentially charged residues. This highly unusual feature would beExpand
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TM9SF4 levels determine sorting of transmembrane domains in the early secretory pathway
ABSTRACT Previous studies have shown that TM9SF4 interacts with glycine-rich transmembrane domains (TMDs) and promotes their surface localization, presumably by escorting them along the secretoryExpand