Chimeric Forms of Furin and Tgn38 Are Transported from the Plasma Membrane to the Trans-Golgi Network via Distinct Endosomal Pathways

@article{Mallet1999ChimericFO,
  title={Chimeric Forms of Furin and Tgn38 Are Transported from the Plasma Membrane to the Trans-Golgi Network via Distinct Endosomal Pathways},
  author={William G. Mallet and Frederick R Maxfield},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={146},
  pages={345 - 360}
}
Furin and TGN38 are menbrane proteins that cycle between the plasma membrane and the trans-Golgi network (TGN), each maintaining a predominant distribution in the TGN. We have used chimeric proteins with an extracellular Tac domain and the cytoplasmic domain of TGN38 or furin to study the trafficking of these proteins in endosomes. Previously, we demonstrated that the postendocytic trafficking of Tac-TGN38 to the TGN is via the endocytic recycling pathway (Ghosh, R.N.,W.G. Mallet,T.T. Soe,T.E… CONTINUE READING
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