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transport vesicle


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transport vesicle

transport vesicle

transport vesicle

Evolution of Chloroplast Vesicle Transport

Inhibition of Vesicle-Mediated Protein Transport by Nordihydroguaiaretic Acid

Presenilin controls kinesin-1 and dynein function during APP-vesicle transport in vivo

In vitro Formation of a Novel Type of Membrane Vesicles Containing Dpm1p: Putative Transport Vesicles for Lipid Droplets in Budding Yeast

Characteristics of l-aspartate transport and expression of EAAC-1 in sarcolemmal vesicles and isolated cells from rat heart

Transmembrane electron transport in sealed and NAD(P)H‐loaded right‐side‐out plasma membrane vesicles isolated from maize (Zea mays L.) roots

Dynamin II Is Involved in Endocytosis but Not in the Formation of Transport Vesicles from the trans -Golgi Network1

A Novel Vesicle Derived Directly from Endoplasmic Reticulum is Involved in the Transport of Vacuolar Storage Proteins in Rice Endosperm

The retinitis pigmentosa protein RP2 links pericentriolar vesicle transport between the Golgi and the primary cilium

The UDPase activity of the Kluyveromyces lactis Golgi GDPase has a role in uridine nucleotide sugar transport into Golgi vesicles

Role of Organic Anion and Amino Acid Carriers in Transport of Inorganic Mercury in Rat Renal Basolateral Membrane Vesicles: Influence of Compensatory Renal Growth

Overexpression of PwTUA1, a pollen-specific tubulin gene, increases pollen tube elongation by altering the distribution of α-tubulin and promoting vesicle transport

Transport of amino acids (l‐valine, l‐lysine, l‐glutamic acid) and sucrose into plasma membrane vesicles isolated from cotyledons of developing pea seeds

Transbilayer movement of Glc-P-dolichol and its function as a glucosyl donor: protein-mediated transport of a water-soluble analog into sealed ER vesicles from pig brain

Interaction of the phospholipid flippase Drs2p with the F-box protein Rcy1p plays an important role in early endosome to trans-Golgi network vesicle transport in yeast

Characterisation of glucose transport in Saccharomyces cerevisiae with plasma membrane vesicles (countertransport) and intact cells (initial uptake) with single Hxt1, Hxt2, Hxt3, Hxt4, Hxt6, Hxt7 or Gal2 transporters

 

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A structure that carries proteins destined for export from the cell from the endoplasmic reticulum to the side of the cisternae closest to the nucleus in the Golgi body, with which it then fuses.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences — Medicine and Health.


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