Polarized biosynthetic traffic in renal epithelial cells: sorting, sorting, everywhere.

@article{Ellis2006PolarizedBT,
  title={Polarized biosynthetic traffic in renal epithelial cells: sorting, sorting, everywhere.},
  author={Mark A. Ellis and Beth A. Potter and Kerry O. Cresawn and Ora A. Weisz},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Renal physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={291 4},
  pages={F707-13}
}
The maintenance of apical and basolateral membrane domains with distinct protein and lipid compositions is necessary for the proper function of polarized epithelial cells. Delivery of cargo to the basolateral surface is thought to be mediated by the interaction of cytoplasmically disposed sorting signals with sorting receptors, whereas apically destined… CONTINUE READING