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J Cell Sci (2021) 134 (1): jcs252726.
Published: 11 January 2021
...Rachael P. Norris; Mark Terasaki ABSTRACT Gap junctions have well-established roles in cell–cell communication by way of forming permeable intercellular channels. Less is understood about their internalization, which forms double membrane vesicles containing cytosol and membranes from another cell...
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J Cell Sci (2013) 126 (13): 2857–2866.
Published: 1 July 2013
...Tao Huang; Qing Shao; Andrew MacDonald; Li Xin; Robert Lorentz; Donglin Bai; Dale W. Laird Summary Oculodentodigital dysplasia (ODDD) is mainly an autosomal dominant human disease caused by mutations in the GJA1 gene, which encodes the gap junction protein connexin43 (Cx43). Surprisingly...
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J Cell Sci (2012) 125 (3): 695–702.
Published: 1 February 2012
...Lucrecia Márquez-Rosado; Deepika Singh; Hector Rincón-Arano; Joell L. Solan; Paul D. Lampe Vertebrate gap junctions are composed of proteins from the connexin family. Co-immunoprecipitation, in vitro binding and far western experiments demonstrate that mammalian CASK (also known as LIN2) directly...
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J Cell Sci (2005) 118 (22): 5335–5344.
Published: 15 November 2005
...Florent Allagnat; David Martin; Daniele F. Condorelli; Gérard Waeber; Jacques-Antoine Haefliger The gap-junction protein connexin36 (Cx36) contributes to control the functions of insulin-producing cells. In this study, we investigated whether the expression of Cx36 is regulated by glucose...
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J Cell Sci (2005) 118 (21): 5071–5078.
Published: 1 November 2005
...Joanne E. I. Gittens; Gerald M. Kidder The gap junction proteins connexin37 and connexin43 are required for ovarian folliculogenesis in the mouse. To define their respective roles in oogenesis, chimeric ovaries containing either null mutant oocytes and wild-type granulosa cells or the reverse...
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J Cell Sci (2005) 118 (19): 4451–4462.
Published: 1 October 2005
... nascent and steady-state delivery of Cx43 and Cx26 to the plasma membrane and gap junction biogenesis we expressed fluorescent-protein-tagged Cx43 and Cx26 in BICR-M1R k and NRK cells. Static and time-lapse imaging revealed that both connexins were routed through the Golgi apparatus prior to being...
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