Direct delivery of procathepsin D to phagosomes: implications for phagosome biogenesis and parasitism by Mycobacterium.

Abstract

Phagosome maturation is characterized by the sequential acquisition and loss of proteins by the phagocytic vacuole during the formation of an acidic and hydrolytic compartment where degradation of the phagocytosed particle occurs. Transfer of proteins to the maturing phagosome occurs by fusion with a range of vesicles. Here we describe direct fusion of… (More)

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