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'Rab'ing up endosomal membrane transport

Nature Cell Biology volume 4, pages E33E35 (2002) | Download Citation

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Early endosomes are the first sorting station from which endocytosed materials are targeted to various intracellular destinations. Recent work has identified the FYVE-domain protein rabenosyn-5 as a bifunctional effector of the GTPases rab5 and rab4, physically connecting entry and recycling sites on early endosomes.

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  1. Magda Deneka and Peter van der Sluijs are in the Department of Cell Biology and Institute of Biomembranes, University Medical Center, 3584 CX Utrecht, The Netherlands. pvander@knoware.nl

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