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Monika K. Francis, Mikkel R. Holst, Maite Vidal-Quadras, Sara Henriksson, Rachel Santarella-Mellwig, Linda Sandblad, Richard Lundmark
J Cell Sci (2015) 128 (22): 4183–4195.
Published: 15 November 2015
... describe how a direct interaction between the Rho GTPase Cdc42 and the GTPase-activating protein (GAP) GRAF1 (also known as ARHGAP26), facilitates rapid cell surface turnover at the leading edge. Both Cdc42 and GRAF1 were required for fluid-phase uptake and regulated the generation of transient GRAF1...
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Jürgen J. Heinisch, Peter N. Lipke, Audrey Beaussart, Sofiane El Kirat Chatel, Vincent Dupres, David Alsteens, Yves F. Dufrêne
J Cell Sci (2012) 125 (18): 4189–4195.
Published: 15 September 2012
...Jürgen J. Heinisch; Peter N. Lipke; Audrey Beaussart; Sofiane El Kirat Chatel; Vincent Dupres; David Alsteens; Yves F. Dufrêne Summary Living cells use cell surface proteins, such as mechanosensors, to constantly sense and respond to their environment. However, the way in which these proteins...
Helen J. Hathaway, Susan C. Evans, Daniel H. Dubois, Cynthia I. Foote, Brooke H. Elder, Barry D. Shur
J Cell Sci (2003) 116 (21): 4319–4330.
Published: 1 November 2003
... in glycoprotein biosynthesis; however, a small portion of GalT I is expressed on the cell surface where it functions as a matrix receptor by binding terminal N -acetylglucosamine residues on extracellular glycoside ligands. The GalT I polypeptide occurs in two alternate forms that differ only in the length...
J Cell Sci (2003) 116 (9): 1763–1773.
Published: 1 May 2003
... to the cell surface through the trans-Golgi network and endosomal system, and its only known role on plasma membrane consists in activation of opportunistic pathogenic entities. Here, we report findings about the interaction of furin with MT1-MMP and the integrinαV at the cell surface. By using in vivo gene...
Frank de Lange, Alessandra Cambi, Richard Huijbens, Bärbel de Bakker, Wouter Rensen, Maria Garcia-Parajo, Niek van Hulst, Carl G. Figdor
J Cell Sci (2001) 114 (23): 4153–4160.
Published: 1 December 2001
... physiological conditions in the near future. *Author for correspondence (e-mail: email@example.com ) © The Company of Biologists Limited 2001 2001 Super-resolution Near-field scanning optical microscopy Single-molecule detection Distribution Cell surface Membrane GFP...
J Cell Sci (2001) 114 (12): 2291–2300.
Published: 15 June 2001
... glycosyltransferases, as well as on the cell surface, where it functions as a signaling receptor for extracellular glycoside ligands. When expressed on the surface, GalT associates with the cytoskeleton and, upon ligand-induced aggregation, induces cell-type specific intracellular signal cascades. In an effort...
SUPAVADEE AMATAYAKUL-CHANTLER, MICHAEL A. J. FERGUSON, RAYMOND A. DWEK, THOMAS W. RADEMACHER, RAJ B. PAREKH, IAN E. CRANDALL, PETER C. NEWELL
J Cell Sci (1991) 99 (3): 485–495.
Published: 1 July 1991
... the chemical technique, hydrazinolysis, to release oligosaccharides from cell surface glycoproteins of Dictyostelium discoideum . Oligomannose type, xylose- and fucose-containing oligosaccharides were found to be present. The charged oligosaccharides contained sulphate and mannose 6-phosphate residues...
J Cell Sci (1990) 95 (2): 199–206.
Published: 1 February 1990
...- cete fungi. Key words: adhesion, cell surface, glycoprotein, monoclonal antibody, Pythium aphanidermatum, secretion, zoospore encystment. Introduction Pythium aphanidermatum (Edson) Fitz is a soil-borne plant pathogen of warm regions and it attacks a wide variety of plants (Van der Plaats-Niterink...
J Cell Sci (1988) 90 (2): 225–235.
Published: 1 June 1988
... contained in the large peripheral vesicles is also glycoprotein in nature but is not secreted during encystment. Key words: adhesion, cell surface, immunocytochcmistry, Phytophthora cinnamomi, secretion, zoospore encystment. Introduction The dieback fungus P. cinnamomi is a destructive soil- borne...