Anterograde transport through the Golgi complex: do Golgi tubules hold the key?

@article{Weidman1995AnterogradeTT,
  title={Anterograde transport through the Golgi complex: do Golgi tubules hold the key?},
  author={Peggy J. Weidman},
  journal={Trends in cell biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={5 8},
  pages={302-5}
}
Biochemical studies have suggested that anterograde protein transport through the Golgi complex is mediated by coatomer-coated vesicles that bud from one compartment and then transfer to, and fuse with, the next. However, recent genetic studies have shown that coatomer mutations block retrograde, but not anterograde, transport in yeast, calling into question the role of coatomer vesicles in anterograde transport. Peggy Weidman proposes that these findings might be explained if anterograde… CONTINUE READING

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