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Antibodies that block the ligand binding site of the cation-dependent mannose 6-phosphate specific receptor (Mr 46,000 MPR) were used to probe the function of the receptor in transport of lysosomal enzymes. Addition of the antibodies to the medium of Morris hepatoma 7777 cells, which express only the Mr 46,000 MPR, resulted in a decreased intracellular(More)
We studied the intracellular transport of secretory and membrane proteins in the human hepatoma cell line HepG-2 infected with vesicular stomatitis virus. Cells were pulse-labeled in the presence of [35S]methionine and chased in the presence of the lysosomotropic agent primaquine. At a concentration of 0.3 mM primaquine effectively inhibited the secretion(More)
The biosynthesis, glycosylation and subcellular localization of the neutral endopeptidase-24.11 were studied in cultured human fibroblasts. The enzyme was synthesized as a precursor (Mr 88,000) containing four or five N-linked oligosaccharides. Within 1 h the synthesis-mature (Mr 94,000) endopeptidase-24.11 was formed and contained sialylated(More)
The receptor for asialoglycoproteins (ASGPR) was localized in human hepatoma Hep G2 cells by means of quantitative immunoelectron microscopy. Without ligand added to the culture medium, we found 34% of the total cellular receptors on the plasma membrane, 37% in compartment of uncoupling receptor and ligand (CURL), and 21% in a trans-Golgi reticulum (TGR)(More)
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