Analysis of SNAREs, Arf1p and regulators in intracellular transport

Christina Schindler
Vesicular transport is an essential process allowing communication between different organelles in an eukaryotic cell. The small GTPase Arf1p regulates the generation of coated vesicles from donor organelles at many different levels of the secretory pathway. Arf1p cooperates with GTPase-activating proteins (GAPs) to hydrolyze the bound GTP, which subsequently induces the shedding of the proteinacious vesicle coat. Only then the vesicle is capable to undergo SNARE-mediated (soluble NSF attachment protein receptor) fusion with a target...
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