Endosomal cholesterol traffic: vesicular and non-vesicular mechanisms meet.

Abstract

The endoplasmic reticulum is traditionally perceived as the key compartment for regulating intracellular cholesterol metabolism. Increasing evidence suggests that the endocytic pathway provides an additional regulatory level governing intracellular cholesterol trafficking and homoeostasis. Sterols can enter, and apparently also exit, endosomal compartments… (More)

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