The low-density lipoprotein receptor gene family: a cellular Swiss army knife?

@article{Nykjaer2002TheLL,
  title={The low-density lipoprotein receptor gene family: a cellular Swiss army knife?},
  author={Anders Nykjaer and Thomas E. Willnow},
  journal={Trends in cell biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={
          273-80
        }
}
The low-density lipoprotein receptor gene family is an evolutionarily conserved group of cell-surface receptors produced by mammals and other organisms. Initially thought to be endocytic receptors that mediate the uptake of lipoproteins, recent findings have shown that these receptors have other roles in a range of cellular processes. Among other activities, members of this family act as signal transducers in neuronal migration processes, regulate synaptic plasticity or control vitamin… CONTINUE READING
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