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Endocytic recycling
After endocytosis, most membrane proteins and lipids return to the cell surface, but some membrane components are delivered to late endosomes or the Golgi. We now understand that the pathways takenExpand
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Role of cholesterol and lipid organization in disease
Membrane lipids are essential for biological functions ranging from membrane trafficking to signal transduction. The composition of lipid membranes influences their organization and properties, so itExpand
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Rme-1 regulates the distribution and function of the endocytic recycling compartment in mammalian cells
RME-1 is an Eps15-homology (EH)-domain protein that was identified in a genetic screen for endocytosis genes in Caenorhabditis elegans. When expressed in a CHO cell line, the worm RME-1 protein and aExpand
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Membrane transport in the endocytic pathway.
Despite controversies and debates, some fundamental properties of endosomes become apparent when comparing results from in vivo and in vitro strategies used to study endosomal membrane traffic. InExpand
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Microglial Cells Internalize Aggregates of the Alzheimer's Disease Amyloid β-Protein Via a Scavenger Receptor
Microglia are immune system cells associated with Alzheimer's disease plaques containing beta-amyloid (A beta). Murine microglia internalize microaggregates of fluorescently labeled or radioiodinatedExpand
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Sequestration of GPI-anchored proteins in caveolae triggered by cross-linking.
Glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol (GPI)-anchored proteins have been reported to reside in clusters collected over small membrane invaginations called caveolae. The detection of different GPI-anchoredExpand
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Chimeric Forms of Furin and Tgn38 Are Transported from the Plasma Membrane to the Trans-Golgi Network via Distinct Endosomal Pathways
Furin and TGN38 are membrane proteins that cycle between the plasma membrane and the trans-Golgi network (TGN), each maintaining a predominant distribution in the TGN. We have used chimeric proteinsExpand
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An Endocytosed TGN38 Chimeric Protein Is Delivered to the TGN after Trafficking through the Endocytic Recycling Compartment in CHO Cells
To examine TGN38 trafficking from the cell surface to the TGN, CHO cells were stably transfected with a chimeric transmembrane protein, TacTGN38. We used fluorescent and 125I-labeled anti-Tac IgG andExpand
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Sorting of membrane components from endosomes and subsequent recycling to the cell surface occurs by a bulk flow process
A central question in the endocytic process concerns the mechanism for sorting of recycling components (such as transferrin or low density lipoprotein receptors) from lysosomally directed components;Expand
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Segregation of transferrin to a mildly acidic (pH 6.5) para-golgi compartment in the recycling pathway
To study the intracellular sorting of internalized ligands and receptors, we examined the pathways of two ligands: transferrin, which is recycled, and alpha 2-macroglobulin (alpha 2M), which isExpand
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