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The paradigms for transport along the biosynthetic route have changed dramatically over the past 15 years. Unlike the situation 15 years ago, the current paradigm involves sorting signals practically at every step of the pathway. In particular, at the exit from the Golgi complex, apical,...
The Arf family of GTPases regulates membrane traffic and organelle structure. At the Golgi complex, Arf proteins facilitate membrane recruitment of many cytoplasmic coat proteins to allow sorting of membrane proteins for transport, stimulate the activity of enzymes that modulate the lipid...
In this review we will focus on the recent advances in how coiled-coil proteins of the golgin family give identity and structure to the Golgi apparatus in animal cells. A number of recent studies reveal a common theme for the targeting of golgins containing the ARL-binding GRIP domain, and the...
The late Golgi compartment is a major protein sorting station in the cell. Secreted proteins, cell surface proteins, and proteins destined for endosomes or lysosomes must be sorted from one another at this compartment and targeted to their correct destinations. The molecular details of protein...
The intimate link between microtubule (MT) organization and the components of the secretory pathway has suggested that MT-based motility is an essential component of vesicular membrane transport and membrane polarization. The molecular details of these processes are still under investigation;...
Basic structure studies of the biosynthetic machinery of the cell by electron microscopy (EM) have underpinned much of our fundamental knowledge in the areas of molecular cell biology and membrane traffic. Driven by our collective desire to understand how changes in the complex and dynamic...
First discovered by genetic analysis of yeast secretion mutants, the evolutionarily conserved vesicular coat protein II (COPII) complex is responsible for membrane transport from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) to the Golgi apparatus. In recent years, extensive efforts in structural,...
Transport of cargo to, through and from the Golgi complex is mediated by vesicular carriers and transient tubular connections. In this review, we describe vesicle tethering events with the understanding that similar events occur during transport via larger structures. Tethering factors can be...
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