Closing the GAP between Polarity and Vesicle Transport

@article{Macara2006ClosingTG,
  title={Closing the GAP between Polarity and Vesicle Transport},
  author={Ian G. Macara and Anne Spang},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={125},
  pages={419-421}
}
How are tight junctions maintained? In this issue of Cell, Wells et al. (2006) provide intriguing evidence for a new pathway that links polarity proteins and vesicle transport to the maintenance of tight junctions, through the control of Cdc42 by Rich1, a GTPase-activating protein. 

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