Membrane Protein Transport, Vol 2

  • ID: 1768017
  • Book
  • 270 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This is the second volume in a series on membrane protein transfer. Membrane protein transport underlies the topological disposition of many proteins within cells and it is this disposition that allows for the co-ordination of the central cellular processes, such as metabolism.

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Contents. List of Contributors. The Role of Molecular Chaperones in Transport of Proteins across Membranes (E.A. Craig, B.D. Gambill, W. Voos, and N. Pfanner). The Nuclear Pore Complex in Yeast (P. Grandi and E.C. Hurt). ATP Binding Cassette Transporters in Yeast: From Mating to Multidrug Resistance (R. Egner, Y. Mahé, R. Pandjaitan, V. Hunter, A. Lamprecht, and K. Kuchler). The Apical Sorting of Glycosylphosphatidylinositol-Linked Proteins (M.P. Lisanti, Z.L. Tang, P.E. Scherer, and M. Sargiacomo). Caveolae: Portals for Transmembrane Signaling and Cellular Transport (M.P. Lisanti, Z.L. Tang, and M. Sargiacomo). Nuclear Transport of Uracil-Rich Small Nuclear Ribonucleoprotein Particles (E. Izaurralde, I.W. Mattaj, and D.S. Goldfarb). Phosphorylation-Medited Regulation of Signal-Dependent Nuclear Protein Transport: The "CcN Motif" (D.A. Jans). Membrane Protein Topogenesis in Escherichia Coli (G. van Heijne). Model for Integrating P-Type ATPases into Endoplasmic Reticulum (R. Addison and J. Lin). Nuclear Transport as a function of Cellular Activity (C.M. Feldherr and D. Akin). Index.
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Rothman, S.S.
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