Super Resolution Microscopy Reveals that Caveolin-1 Is Required for Spatial Organization of CRFB1 and Subsequent Antiviral Signaling in Zebrafish

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Understanding spatial distribution and dynamics of receptors within unperturbed membranes is essential for elucidating their role in antiviral signaling, but conventional studies of detergent-resistant membrane fractions cannot provide this information. Caveolae are integral to numerous signaling pathways and these membrane domains have been previously… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0068759

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@inproceedings{Gabor2013SuperRM, title={Super Resolution Microscopy Reveals that Caveolin-1 Is Required for Spatial Organization of CRFB1 and Subsequent Antiviral Signaling in Zebrafish}, author={Kristin A. Gabor and Chad R. Stevens and Matthew J. Pietraszewski and Travis J. Gould and Juyoung Shim and Jeffrey A. Yoder and Siew Hong Lam and Zhiyuan Gong and Samuel T. Hess and Carol Kim}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2013} }