The recycling endosome and its role in neurological disorders

@article{Li2012TheRE,
  title={The recycling endosome and its role in neurological disorders},
  author={Xueyi Li and Marian Difiglia},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={97},
  pages={127-141}
}
The recycling endosome (RE) is an organelle in the endocytic pathway where plasma membranes (proteins and lipids) internalized by endocytosis are processed back to the cell surface for reuse. Endocytic recycling is the primary way for the cell to maintain constituents of the plasma membrane (Griffiths et al., 1989), i.e., to maintain the abundance of receptors and transporters on cell surfaces. Membrane traffic through the RE is crucial for several key cellular processes including cytokinesis… CONTINUE READING

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