Endocytosis by the corneal endothelium. I. Regulation of binding and transport of hemeproteins and peroxidase-conjugated lectins across the tissue

@article{Gordon1998EndocytosisBT,
  title={Endocytosis by the corneal endothelium. I. Regulation of binding and transport of hemeproteins and peroxidase-conjugated lectins across the tissue},
  author={Sheldon R. Gordon and Dolores Czerwinski-Mowers and Jeannette Marchand and Rosemary Shuffett},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={110},
  pages={251-262}
}
 Binding, internalization, and movement of hemeproteins and peroxidase-conjugated lectins across organ cultured rat corneal endothelia has been investigated. Horseradish peroxidase (HRP) type II, bound to the surface, was minimally internalized and was easily washed off. In contrast, HRP-VI bound and was rapidly internalized. Reaction product was observed… CONTINUE READING