Cytoplasmic Membrane Systems II07

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Cytoplasmic Membrane Systems II Vesicles: Sorting and Trafficking
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Golgi Complex Discovered by Camillo Golgi 1 cisterna 2 cisternae
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Origin of the Golgi Nuclear Envelope -  RER -  SER -  Golgi Nucleus RER SER Golgi
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Golgi Complex Organization
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Assembly of the core oligosaccharide in the cytosol with transfer to the lumen of the ER; note that the initial assembly depends upon a lipid carrier; the oligo is then linked to an asparagine residue Glycosylation begins in the ER; N-linked
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Glycosylation in RER
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Glycosylation and Processing in the Golgi Note the high degree of specificity in different cisternae of the Golgi
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There Are Regional Differences in Composition Across the Stack Cis –osmium mannosidase II diphosphatase
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How Do Proteins and Lipids Flow Through the Golgi??
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Trafficking Through the Endomembrane System
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Pathways From the Trans Golgi Network
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Transport Materials Vesicles are enclosed by proteinaceous coats Identified coats:
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CELL BIO & 270 taught by Professor Hart during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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