Charakterisierung der großen GTPase Myxovirus Resistance Protein 1 (Mx1) im intrazellulären Proteintransport

Der intrazelluläre Proteintransport in polaren Epithelzellen basiert zunächst auf der Seite der zu transportierenden Moleküle aus einem komplexen Code von Sortiersignalen, Proteinmodifikationen und einer Assoziation mit spezifischen Lipidkompositionen. Dem gegenüber steht auf der anderen Seite eine...

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