A transferrin-like GPI-linked iron-binding protein in detergent- insoluble noncaveolar microdomains at the apical surface of fetal intestinal epithelial cells

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A GPI-anchored 80-kD protein was found to be the major component of detergent-insoluble complexes, prepared from fetal porcine small intestine, constituting about 25% of the total amount of protein. An antibody was raised to the 80-kD protein, and by immunogold electron microscopy of ultracryosections of mucosal tissue, the protein was localized to the… (More)

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@article{Danielsen1995ATG, title={A transferrin-like GPI-linked iron-binding protein in detergent- insoluble noncaveolar microdomains at the apical surface of fetal intestinal epithelial cells}, author={Erik Michael Danielsen and Bo van Deurs}, journal={The Journal of Cell Biology}, year={1995}, volume={131}, pages={939 - 950} }