Frøy Grøndahl

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A large number of complex glycosylation mechanisms take place in the Golgi apparatus. In epithelial cells, glycosylated protein molecules are transported to both the apical and the basolateral surface domains. Although the prevailing view is that the Golgi apparatus provides the same lumenal environment for glycosylation of apical and basolateral cargo(More)
PGs (proteoglycans) are proteins acquiring long, linear and sulfated GAG (glycosaminoglycan) chains during Golgi passage. In MDCK cells (Madin-Darby canine kidney cells), most of the CS (chondroitin sulfate) PGs are secreted apically, whereas most of the HS (heparan sulfate) PGs are secreted basolaterally. The apical and basolateral secretory routes differ(More)
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