Munc18 interacting proteins: ADP-ribosylation factor-dependent coat proteins that regulate the traffic of beta-Alzheimer's precursor protein.

@article{Hill2003Munc18IP,
  title={Munc18 interacting proteins: ADP-ribosylation factor-dependent coat proteins that regulate the traffic of beta-Alzheimer's precursor protein.},
  author={Karen Seaver Hill and Yawei Li and Matt Bennett and Melissa A McKay and Xinjun Cindy Zhu and Jack F. Shern and Enrique Torre and James J Lah and Allan I. Levey and Richard A. Kahn},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={278 38},
  pages={36032-40}
}
Coat proteins cycle between soluble and membrane-bound locations at the time of vesicle biogenesis and act to regulate the assembly of the vesicle coat that determines the specificity in cargo selection and the destination of the vesicle. A transmembrane cargo protein, an Arf GTPase, and a coat protein (e.g. COPs, APs, or GGAs) are minimal components required for budding of vesicles. Munc18 interacting proteins (MINTs) are a family of three proteins implicated in the localization of receptors… CONTINUE READING

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