Cell Biology Select

  • Published 2006 in Cell


Proteins can carry out their functions in more than one cellular compartment. Often a switch in protein function coincides with movement from one organelle to another, but sometimes even a small change in localization within an organelle has marked downstream effects. This issue’s Cell Biology Select explores the regulation of proteins that lead a double life depending on their location in the cell.

DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2006.11.024

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@article{2006CellBS, title={Cell Biology Select}, author={}, journal={Cell}, year={2006}, volume={127}, pages={863-865} }