E‐Cadherin Transport from the trans‐Golgi Network in Tubulovesicular Carriers is Selectively Regulated by Golgin‐97

  title={E‐Cadherin Transport from the trans‐Golgi Network in Tubulovesicular Carriers is Selectively Regulated by Golgin‐97},
  author={John G. Lock and L. Hammond and F. Houghton and P. Gleeson and J. Stow},
  • John G. Lock, L. Hammond, +2 authors J. Stow
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Traffic
  • E‐cadherin is a cell–cell adhesion protein that is trafficked and delivered to the basolateral cell surface. Membrane‐bound carriers for the post‐Golgi exocytosis of E‐cadherin have not been characterized. Green fluorescent protein (GFP)‐tagged E‐cadherin (Ecad‐GFP) is transported from the trans‐Golgi network (TGN) to the recycling endosome on its way to the cell surface in tubulovesicular carriers that resemble TGN tubules labeled by members of the golgin family of tethering proteins. Here, we… CONTINUE READING
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