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The nuclear pore complex is a prominent structural component of the nuclear envelope that appears to regulate nucleoplasmic molecular movement. Up to now, none of its polypeptides have been defined. To identify possible pore complex proteins, we fractionated rat liver nuclear envelopes and microsomal membranes with strong protein perturbants into peripheral(More)
Secretion of a foreign protein--chicken oviduct lysozyme--and of endogenous proteins was studied in the polarized epithelial Madin-Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell line. Cell clones that secrete enzymatically active chicken lysozyme were generated by transforming the cells with lysozyme cDNA inserted in a SV40-pBR322 recombinant vector and a dominant(More)
The biosynthesis, processing, and apical secretion of a group of polypeptides (Kondor-Koch, C., R. Bravo, S. D. Fuller, D. Cutler, and H. Garoff. 1985. Cell. 43:297-306) are studied in MDCK cells using a specific polyclonal antiserum. These polypeptides are synthesized as a precursor protein which has an apparent Mr of 65,000 in its high mannose form. This(More)
The E2 protein (422 amino acid residues long) of Semliki Forest virus is a spanning membrane protein which is made in the rough endoplasmic reticulum of the infected cell and transported to the cell surface. The cytoplasmic domain of this protein comprises 31 amino acid residues. We introduced deletions of various sizes into the gene region encoding this(More)
A complementary (cDNA) molecule encoding the structural proteins of Semliki Forest virus (SFV) has been inserted into a Simian virus 40-derived eucaryotic expression vector lacking introns. Introduction of the recombinant DNA into nuclei of baby hamster kidney cells results in the synthesis of authentic SFV membrane glycoproteins E1 and E2. The(More)
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