Vectorial Targeting Of Apical And Basolateral Plasma Membrane Proteins In A Human Adenocarcinoma Epithelial Cell Line

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Vectorial Targeting of Apical and Basolateral Plasma Membrane

Cell Biology Vectorial targeting of apical and basolateral plasma membrane proteins in a human adenocarcinoma epithelial cell line ANDRE LE BIvIc*, FRANCISCO X. REALt, AND ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ-BOULAN*t *Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Cornell University Medical College, 1300 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021; and tDepartamento de

The Basolateral Sorting Signal of the 300kDa Mannose 6

Nov 06, 2017 dependent upon the polarized distribution of proteins and lipids on their cell surface. The plasma membrane of these cells is divided into two morphologically, functionally, and biochemically distinct cell surface domains: an apical domain which faces the exterior of the organism and a basolateral domain which faces the internal environment.

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Asymmetrical targeting of type II Na-Picotransporters in

early endosomes (where plasma membrane proteins are first sorted), seems also to be involved in transcyto-sis and recycling of proteins and lipids (1, 33). Similar signals seem to control sorting in both TGN and endosomes (18).At least two types of sorting signals are involved in basolateral targeting: cytoplasmic tyrosine-