Membrane‐associated guanylate kinase proteins MPP4 and MPP5 associate with Veli3 at distinct intercellular junctions of the neurosensory retina

@article{Sthr2005MembraneassociatedGK,
  title={Membrane‐associated guanylate kinase proteins MPP4 and MPP5 associate with Veli3 at distinct intercellular junctions of the neurosensory retina},
  author={H. St{\"o}hr and L. Molday and R. Molday and B. Weber and B. Biedermann and A. Reichenbach and F. Kr{\"a}mer},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={481}
}
MPP4 and MPP5 are closely related members of the p55‐subfamily of membrane‐associated guanylate kinases (MAGUKs) known to mediate the assembly of protein complexes at the plasma membrane of cell–cell junctions. Both MPP4 and MPP5 have been implicated in retinal function; however, their specific roles in the cellular mechanisms underlying vision are largely unknown. Here, we generated specific poly‐ and monoclonal antibodies against the two proteins and show that MPP4 and MPP5 are localized at… Expand
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