Lecture 22 More on INternal Membrane Systems

Lecture 22 More on INternal Membrane Systems - Lecture 22...

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Lecture 22 Synthesis of Membrane Lipids Proteins made on bound ribosomes Posttranslational modifications Movement to Golgi via coated vesicles Golgi sorting Lysosomes Functions Endocytosis Receptor mediated Phagocytosis
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Main Points ER made proteins always move within vesicles as they transit through the cell Vesicles are specifically tagged to address specific targets Cells bring in different materials using different mechanisms of endocytosis
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Synthesis of Membrane Lipids Most made entirely within the ER (both rough and smooth) Synthetic enzymes are on cytoplasmic face of ER bilayer Flippases move some lipids to other face of ER bilayer Lipids move to other membranes as part of vesicle traffic 0
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Not Uniform
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