With its role in intracellular protein transport already known, the FAPP2 protein has now also been implicated in lipid transfer and synthesis. What is more, these two FAPP2-mediated events seem to be linked.
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Futerman, A. Taxi service for lipids. Nature 449, 35–37 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/449035a
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