WDR8 is a centriolar satellite and centriole-associated protein that promotes ciliary vesicle docking during ciliogenesis

@article{Kurtulmus2016WDR8IA,
  title={WDR8 is a centriolar satellite and centriole-associated protein that promotes ciliary vesicle docking during ciliogenesis},
  author={Bahtiyar Kurtulmus and Wenbo Wang and T. Ruppert and A. Neuner and Berati Cerikan and Linda Viol and Rafael Due{\~n}as-S{\'a}nchez and O. Gruss and G. Pereira},
  journal={Journal of Cell Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={129},
  pages={621 - 636}
}
ABSTRACT Ciliogenesis initiates at the mother centriole through a series of events that include membrane docking, displacement of cilia-inhibitory proteins and axoneme elongation. Centriolar proteins, in particular at distal and subdistal appendages, carry out these functions. Recently, cytoplasmic complexes named centriolar satellites have also been shown to promote ciliogenesis. Little is known about the functional and molecular relationship between appendage proteins, satellites and cilia… Expand
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