MON BIO - You will see the lysosome, the plasma membrane...

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You will see the lysosome, the plasma membrane and secretary vesicles. And you will see here cis Golgi-network ( CGN ) that some process is going on phosphorylation of Oligosaccharide on lysosomal proteins removal of mannose and addition of glucose amine and sulfation of tyrosine and carbohydrates. So you already know that the glycosylation itself, the first step we have learned was the endoplasmic reticulum. In the Golgi apparatus this glycosylations are trimmed, so other glycosylations are formed Preferentially O - glycosylation I show you later. And the glycosylation add already in the endoplasmic reticulum is changed and this is by glycosyltransferases. Glycosyltransferases are also striking all these glycosyltransferases are single pass transmembrane proteins and they are coupled to the membrane of the Golgi apparatus. And this means they can’t leak out, so this is the typical of the Golgi apparatus.
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There are single pass transmembrane proteins parts of remaining residents and the Golgi apparatus. -So if I told you this is that you already know the N-linked glycosylation you have hear the protein backbone and the side chain of asparagines and you will see that certain linked using an amino group asparagine is used for linking these Oligosaccharid and protein. - And you see in the right side other amino acid residue like theronine or serine is also use for that. Because these of the two side chains of amino acid which have a hydroxyl group. So this is typically done in the Golgi apparatus.
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the cis-Golgi network. And then on the right side we have already the vesicles go out again from the structure but how is it down? These proteins or these structures are they waking in the structure through the Golgi apparatus or they are transported by vesicles from this side to the next side. What is the mechanism? Some of these proteins like the collagen which are forming the fibrous structures is transported vesicles by vesicles. -So one of the structures getting out by the Golgi apparatus the lysosomes - What is the lysosome? Kind of organelle or vesicles which contain a number of proteins which are enzyme of course. And this enzyme
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