S100A13 and S100A6 exhibit distinct translocation pathways in endothelial cells.

Abstract

S100 proteins have attracted great interest in recent years because of their cell- and tissue-specific expression and association with various human pathologies. Most S100 proteins are small acidic proteins with calcium-binding domains - the EF hands. It is thought that this group of proteins carry out their cellular functions by interacting with specific… (More)

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