A VAMP7/Vti1a SNARE complex distinguishes a non-conventional traffic route to the cell surface used by KChIP1 and Kv4 potassium channels

@article{Flowerdew2009AVS,
  title={A VAMP7/Vti1a SNARE complex distinguishes a non-conventional traffic route to the cell surface used by KChIP1 and Kv4 potassium channels},
  author={Sarah E. Flowerdew and R. Burgoyne},
  journal={Biochemical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={418},
  pages={529 - 540}
}
The KChIPs (K+ channel-interacting proteins) are EF hand-containing proteins required for the traffic of channel-forming Kv4 K+ subunits to the plasma membrane. KChIP1 is targeted, through N-terminal myristoylation, to intracellular vesicles that appear to be trafficking intermediates from the ER (endoplasmic reticulum) to the Golgi but differ from those underlying conventional ER–Golgi traffic. To define KChIP1 vesicles and the traffic pathway followed by Kv4/KChIP1 traffic, we examined their… Expand
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