By John B. Lloyd (auth.), John B. Lloyd, Robert W. Mason (eds.)
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Chen et ai. (1993) have reported that there is a casein kinase II phosphorylation site proximal to the dileucine motif of MPR 300 (Ser 156; at position 2492) that is part of the sorting signal. , 1990). It was proposed that phosphorylation of both sites occurs in or shortly after the receptor exits the TGN (Meresse and Hoflack, 1993). , 1993). These data suggest that phosphorylation of the MPR 300 cytoplasmic domain is an early event, facilitating the restricted localization of AP-l adaptor molecules and the proper interaction with components required for efficient lysosomal enzyme sorting (see Section 5).
Trans. 23:IS. Trowbridge, I. , Collawn, J. E, and Hopkins, C. , 1993, Signal-dependent membrane protein trafficking in the endocytic pathway, Annu. Rev. Cell Bioi. 9:129-161. Vadgama, 1. , Kopple, J. , and Jonas, A. , 1991, Characteristics of taurine transport in rat liver Iysosomes, J. Cell. Physio/. 147:447-454. Chapter 2 Origin of Lysosomal Proteins Thomas Braulke 1. INTRODUCTION Lysosomes are the major intracellular site for the degradation of a variety of macromolecules, including proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and lipids, that are internalized from the extracellular space by endocytosis, delivered by fusion with phagosomes, or derived from the biosynthetic pathway.
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