GMx33 associates with the trans-Golgi matrix in a dynamic manner and sorts within tubules exiting the Golgi.

@article{Snyder2006GMx33AW,
  title={GMx33 associates with the trans-Golgi matrix in a dynamic manner and sorts within tubules exiting the Golgi.},
  author={Christopher M Snyder and Gonzalo A Mardones and Mark S Ladinsky and Kathryn E. Howell},
  journal={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          511-24
        }
}
The trans-Golgi matrix consists of a group of proteins dynamically associated with the trans-Golgi and thought to be involved in anterograde and retrograde Golgi traffic, as well as interactions with the cytoskeleton and maintenance of the Golgi structure. GMx33 is localized to the cytoplasmic face of the trans-Golgi and is also present in a large cytoplasmic pool. Here we demonstrate that GMx33 is dynamically associated with the trans-Golgi matrix, associating and dissociating with the Golgi… CONTINUE READING

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