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    1. Phillipson, BA; Pimpl, P; daSilva, LLP; Crofts, AJ; Taylor, JP; Movafeghi, A; Robinson, DG; Denecke, J
      Secretory bulk flow of soluble proteins is efficient and COPII dependent

      PLANT CELL
    2. Frigerio, L; Pastres, A; Prada, A; Vitale, A
      Influence of KDEL on the fate of trimeric or assembly-defective phaseolin:Selective use of an alternative route to vacuoles

      PLANT CELL
    3. Yamamoto, K; Fujii, R; Toyofuku, Y; Saito, T; Koseki, H; Hsu, VW; Aoe, T
      The KDEL receptor mediates a retrieval mechanism that contributes to quality control at the endoplasmic reticulum

      EMBO JOURNAL
    4. Bird, DA; Facchini, PJ
      Berberine bridge enzyme, a key branch-point enzyme in benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis, contains a vacuolar sorting determinant

      PLANTA
    5. Sato, K; Sato, M; Nakano, A
      Rer1p, a retrieval receptor for endoplasmic reticulum membrane proteins, is dynamically localized to the Golgi apparatus by coatomer

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    6. Iodice, L; Sarnataro, S; Bonatti, S
      The carboxyl-terminal valine is required for transport of glycoprotein CD8alpha from the endoplasmic reticulum to the intermediate compartment

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Hadlington, JL; Denecke, J
      Sorting of soluble proteins in the secretory pathway of plants

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    8. Liendo, A; Joiner, KA
      Toxoplasma gondii: conserved protein machinery in an unusual secretory pathway?

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    9. Terasaki, M
      Dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus during early seaurchin development

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    10. Monnat, J; Neuhaus, EM; Pop, MS; Ferrari, DM; Kramer, B; Soldati, T
      Identification of a novel saturable endoplasmic reticulum localization mechanism mediated by the C-terminus of a Dictyostelium protein disulfide isomerase

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    11. Benghezal, M; Wasteneys, GO; Jones, DA
      The C-terminal dilysine motif confers endoplasmic reticulum localization to type I membrane proteins in plants

      PLANT CELL
    12. Pagny, S; Cabanes-Macheteau, M; Gillikin, JW; Leborgne-Castel, N; Lerouge, P; Boston, RS; Faye, L; Gomord, V
      Protein recycling from the Golgi apparatus to the endoplasmic reticulum inplants and its minor contribution to calreticulin retention

      PLANT CELL
    13. Bao, WG; Huo, KK; Li, YY; Fukuhara, H
      Protein disulphide isomerase genes of Kluyveromyces lactis

      YEAST
    14. Kimata, Y; Ooboki, K; Nomura-Furuwatari, C; Hosoda, A; Tsuru, A; Kohno, K
      Identification of a novel mammalian endoplasmic reticulum-resident KDEL protein using an EST database motif search

      GENE
    15. Pelham, HRB; Rothman, JE
      The debate about transport in the Golgi - Two sides of the same coin?

      CELL
    16. Pelham, HRB
      Using sorting signals to retain proteins in endoplasmic reticulum

      APPLICATIONS OF CHIMERIC GENES AND HYBRID PROTEINS PT B
    17. Kim, J; Scott, SV; Klionsky, DJ
      Alternative protein sorting pathways

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 198
    18. Price, N; Tscharke, DC; Hollinshead, M; Smith, GL
      Vaccinia virus gene B7R encodes an 18-kDa protein that is resident in the endoplasmic reticulum and affects virus virulence

      VIROLOGY
    19. Lee, S; Yoon, J; Park, B; Jun, Y; Jin, M; Sung, HC; Kim, IH; Kang, S; Choi, EJ; Ahn, BY; Ahn, K
      Structural and functional dissection of human cytomegalovirus US3 in binding major histocompatibility complex class I molecules

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    20. Suokas, M; Myllyla, R; Kellokumpu, S
      A single C-terminal peptide segment mediates both membrane association andlocalization of lysyl hydroxylase in the endoplasmic reticulum

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Ciufo, LF; Boyd, A
      Identification of a lumenal sequence specifying the assembly of Emp24p into p24 complexes in the yeast secretory pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Noiva, R
      Protein disulfide isomerase: The multifunctional redox chaperone of the endoplasmic reticulum

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    23. Vitale, A; Denecke, J
      The endoplasmic reticulum - Gateway of the secretory pathway

      PLANT CELL
    24. Crofts, AJ; Leborgne-Castel, N; Hillmer, S; Robinson, DG; Phillipson, B; Carlsson, LE; Ashford, DA; Denecke, J
      Saturation of the endoplasmic reticulum retention machinery reveals anterograde bulk flow

      PLANT CELL
    25. Gomord, V; Wee, E; Faye, L
      Protein retention and localization in the endoplasmic reticulum and the Golgi apparatus

      BIOCHIMIE
    26. Sato, M; Sato, K; Nishikawa, S; Hirata, A; Kato, J; Nakano, A
      The yeast RER2 gene, identified by endoplasmic reticulum protein localization mutations, encodes cis-prenyltransferase, a key enzyme in dolichol synthesis

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Massaad, MJ; Franzusoff, A; Herscovics, A
      The processing alpha 1,2-mannosidase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae depends on Rer1p for its localization in the endoplasmic reticulum

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    28. Sato, K; Ueda, T; Nakano, A
      The Arabidopsis thaliana RER1 gene family: its potential role in the endoplasmic reticulum localization of membrane proteins

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Nickel, W; Brugger, B
      COPI-mediated protein and lipid sorting in the early secretory pathway

      PROTOPLASMA
    30. Pagny, S; Lerouge, P; Faye, L; Gomord, V
      Signals and mechanisms for protein retention in the endoplasmic reticulum

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. Jiang, XM; Fitzgerald, M; Grant, CM; Hogg, PJ
      Redox control of exofacial protein thiols/disulfides by protein disulfide isomerase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Aoe, T; Huber, I; Vasudevan, C; Watkins, SC; Romero, G; Cassel, D; Hsu, VW
      The KDEL receptor regulates a GTPase-activating protein for ADP-ribosylation factor 1 by interacting with its non-catalytic domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Okomoto, T; Minamikawa, T; Edward, G; Vakharia, V; Herman, E
      Posttranslational removal of the carboxyl-terminal KDEL of the cysteine protease SH-EP occurs prior to maturation of the enzyme

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    34. Lotti, LV; Mottola, G; Torrisi, MR; Bonatti, S
      A different intracellular distribution of a single reporter protein is determined at steady state by KKXX or KDEL retrieval signals

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    35. Malsam, J; Gommel, D; Wieland, FT; Nickel, W
      A role for ADP ribosylation factor in the control of cargo uptake during COPI-coated vesicle biogenesis

      FEBS LETTERS
    36. MULTHOFF G; BOTZLER C; ISSELS R
      THE ROLE OF HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS IN THE STIMULATION OF AN IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      Biological chemistry
    37. PRYDE JG; FARMAKI T; LUCOCQ JM
      OKADAIC ACID INDUCES SELECTIVE ARREST OF PROTEIN-TRANSPORT IN THE ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM AND PREVENTS EXPORT INTO COPII-COATED STRUCTURES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    38. Hsu, VW; Peters, PJ
      Current views in intracellular transport: Insights from studies in immunology

      ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 70
    39. AOE T; LEE AJ; VANDONSELAAR E; PETERS PJ; HSU VW
      MODULATION OF INTRACELLULAR-TRANSPORT BY TRANSPORTED PROTEINS - INSIGHT FROM REGULATION OF COPI-MEDIATED TRANSPORT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. THOMAS CJ; BROWN HL; HAWES CR; LEE BY; MIN MK; KING LA; POSSEE RD
      LOCALIZATION OF A BACULOVIRUS-INDUCED CHITINASE IN THE INSECT-CELL ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Journal of virology (Print)
    41. DUVET S; COCQUEREL L; PILLEZ A; CACAN R; VERBERT A; MORADPOUR D; WYCHOWSKI C; DUBUISSON J
      HEPATITIS-C VIRUS GLYCOPROTEIN COMPLEX LOCALIZATION IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM INVOLVES A DETERMINANT FOR RETENTION AND NOT RETRIEVAL

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. CHIBA Y; SUZUKI M; YOSHIDA S; YOSHIDA A; IKENAGA H; TAKEUCHI M; JIGAMI Y; ICHISHIMA K
      PRODUCTION OF HUMAN COMPATIBLE HIGH MANNOSE-TYPE (MAN(5)GLCNAC(2)) SUGAR CHAINS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. KALETTA K; KUNZE I; KUNZE G; KOCK M
      THE PEPTIDE HDEF AS A NEW RETENTION SIGNAL IS NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT TO DIRECT PROTEINS TO THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      FEBS letters
    44. Kouchi, Z; Kinouchi, T; Sorimachi, H; Ishiura, S; Suzuki, K
      The deletion of the C-terminal tail and addition of an endoplasmic reticulum targeting signal to Alzheimer's amyloid precursor protein change its localization, secretion, and intracellular proteolysis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    45. LORENZEN A; ENGELHARDT J; KERST B; SCHWABE U
      HETEROGENEOUS FORMS OF ADENOTIN-1 OF DIFFERENT SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION

      Biochemical pharmacology
    46. BIOCCA S; TAFANI M; CATTANEO A
      ASSEMBLED IGG MOLECULES ARE EXPORTED FROM THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM IN MYELOMA CELLS DESPITE THE RETENTION SIGNAL SEKDEL

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    47. LEWIS MJ; RAYNER JC; PELHAM HRB
      A NOVEL SNARE COMPLEX IMPLICATED IN VESICLE FUSION WITH THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      EMBO journal
    48. LAGRECA N; HIBBS AR; RIFFKIN C; FOLEY M; TILLEY L
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM-RESIDENT CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN WITH MULTIPLE EF-HAND MOTIFS IN ASEXUAL STAGES OF PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    49. HENDERSON J; BAULY JM; ASHFORD DA; OLIVER SC; HAWES CR; LAZARUS CM; VENIS MA; NAPIER RM
      RETENTION OF MAIZE AUXIN-BINDING PROTEIN IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM- QUANTIFYING ESCAPE AND THE ROLE OF AUXIN

      Planta
    50. SATO K; SATO M; NAKANO A
      RER1P AS COMMON MACHINERY FOR THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM LOCALIZATION OF MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. KELLOKUMPU S; SUOKAS M; RISTELI L; MYLLYLA R
      PROTEIN DISULFIDE-ISOMERASE AND NEWLY SYNTHESIZED PROCOLLAGEN CHAINS FORM HIGHER-ORDER STRUCTURES IN THE LUMEN OF THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. YABE D; NAKAMURA T; KANAZAWA N; TASHIRO K; HONJO T
      CALUMENIN, A CA2-BINDING PROTEIN RETAINED IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM WITH A NOVEL CARBOXYL-TERMINAL SEQUENCE, HDEF()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. TEASDALE RD; JACKSON MR
      SIGNAL-MEDIATED SORTING OF MEMBRANE-PROTEINS BETWEEN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM AND THE GOLGI-APPARATUS

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    54. GOMORD V; FAYE L
      SIGNALS AND MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN INTRACELLULAR-TRANSPORT OF SECRETED PROTEINS IN PLANTS

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    55. PELHAM HRB
      THE DYNAMIC ORGANIZATION OF THE SECRETORY PATHWAY

      Cell structure and function
    56. HARTER C; WIELAND F
      THE SECRETORY PATHWAY - MECHANISMS OF PROTEIN SORTING AND TRANSPORT

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, MR. Reviews on biomembranes
    57. BURKE J; LIPARI F; IGDOURA S; HERSCOVICS A
      THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE PROCESSING ALPHA-1,2-MANNOSIDASE IS LOCALIZED IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM, INDEPENDENTLY OF KNOWN RETRIEVAL MOTIFS

      European journal of cell biology
    58. BARPELED M; BASSHAM DC; RAIKHEL NV
      TRANSPORT OF PROTEINS IN EUKARYOTIC CELLS - MORE QUESTIONS AHEAD

      Plant molecular biology
    59. FONTES EPB; SILVER CJ; CAROLINO SMB; FIGUEIREDO JEF; BATISTA DPO
      A SOYBEAN BINDING-PROTEIN (BIP) HOMOLOG IS TEMPORALLY REGULATED IN SOYBEAN SEEDS AND ASSOCIATES DETECTABLY WITH NORMAL STORAGE PROTEINS IN-VITRO

      Brazilian journal of genetics
    60. LEWIS MJ; PELHAM HRB
      SNARE-MEDIATED RETROGRADE TRAFFIC FROM THE GOLGI-COMPLEX TO THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Cell
    61. MIRAZIMI A; VONBONSDORFF CH; SVENSSON L
      EFFECT OF BREFELDIN-A ON ROTAVIRUS ASSEMBLY AND OLIGOSACCHARIDE PROCESSING

      Virology
    62. ROTHMAN JE; WIELAND FT
      PROTEIN SORTING BY TRANSPORT VESICLES

      Science
    63. SONNICHSEN B; WATSON R; CLAUSEN H; MISTELI T; WARREN G
      SORTING BY COP I-COATED VESICLES UNDER INTERPHASE AND MITOTIC CONDITIONS

      The Journal of cell biology
    64. SATO M; SATO K; NAKANO A
      ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM LOCALIZATION OF SEC12P IS ACHIEVED BY 2 MECHANISMS - RER1P-DEPENDENT RETRIEVAL THAT REQUIRES THE TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAINAND RER1P-INDEPENDENT RETENTION THAT INVOLVES THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    65. MAJOUL IV; BASTIAENS PIH; SOLING HD
      TRANSPORT OF AN EXTERNAL LYS-ASP-GLU-LEU (KDEL) PROTEIN FROM THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE TO THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM - STUDIES WITH CHOLERA-TOXIN IN VERO CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    66. SATOH M; HIRAYOSHI K; YOKOTA SI; HOSOKAWA N; NAGATA K
      INTRACELLULAR INTERACTION OF COLLAGEN-SPECIFIC STRESS PROTEIN HSP47 WITH NEWLY SYNTHESIZED PROCOLLAGEN

      The Journal of cell biology
    67. HARRIS SL; WATERS MG
      LOCALIZATION OF A YEAST EARLY GOLGI MANNOSYLTRANSFERASE, OCH1P, INVOLVES RETROGRADE TRANSPORT

      The Journal of cell biology
    68. MARTIRE G; MOTTOLA G; PASCALE MC; MALAGOLINI N; TURRINI I; SERAFINICESSI F; JACKSON MR; BONATTI S
      DIFFERENT FATE OF A SINGLE REPORTER PROTEIN CONTAINING KDEL OR KKXX TARGETING SIGNALS STABLY EXPRESSED IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. ISIDORO C; MAGGIONI C; DEMOZ M; PIZZAGALLI A; FRA AM; SITIA R
      EXPOSED THIOLS CONFER LOCALIZATION IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM BY RETENTION RATHER THAN RETRIEVAL

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. ALTMEYER A; MAKI RG; FELDWEG AM; HEIKE M; PROTOPOPOV VP; MASUR SK; SRIVASTAVA PK
      TUMOR-SPECIFIC CELL-SURFACE EXPRESSION OF THE -KDEL CONTAINING, ENDOPLASMIC RETICULAR HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN GP96

      International journal of cancer
    71. TERASAKI M; JAFFE LA; HUNNICUTT GR; HAMMER JA
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGE OF THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM DURING FERTILIZATION -EVIDENCE FOR LOSS OF MEMBRANE CONTINUITY USING THE GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN

      Developmental biology
    72. SCHEEL AA; PELHAM HRB
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN KDEL RECEPTOR

      Biochemistry
    73. LIEBER A; PEETERS MJTFDV; GOWN A; PERKINS J; KAY MA
      A MODIFIED UROKINASE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR INDUCES LIVER-REGENERATIONWITHOUT BLEEDING

      Human gene therapy
    74. YUN J; TOMIDA A; NAGATA K; TSURUO T
      GLUCOSE-REGULATED STRESSES CONFER RESISTANCE TO VP-16 IN HUMAN CANCER-CELLS THROUGH A DECREASED EXPRESSION OF DNA TOPOISOMERASE-II

      Oncology research
    75. ORCHARD PJ; MCIVOR RS; SINGH HA; BLAZAR BR
      GM-CSF-INDUCED INTERNAL AUTOCRINE PROLIFERATION OCCURS IN A COMPARTMENT OUTSIDE OF THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Experimental hematology
    76. KREITMAN RJ; PASTAN I
      IMPORTANCE OF THE GLUTAMATE RESIDUE OF KDEL IN INCREASING THE CYTOTOXICITY OF PSEUDOMONAS EXOTOXIN DERIVATIVES AND FOR INCREASED BINDING TOTHE KDEL RECEPTOR

      Biochemical journal
    77. WIEST DL; BURGESS WH; MCKEAN D; KEARSE KP; SINGER A
      THE MOLECULAR CHAPERONE CALNEXIN IS EXPRESSED ON THE SURFACE OF IMMATURE THYMOCYTES IN ASSOCIATION WITH CLONOTYPE-INDEPENDENT CD3 COMPLEXES

      EMBO journal
    78. KALINSKI A; ROWLEY DL; LOER DS; FOLEY C; BUTA G; HERMAN EM
      BINDING-PROTEIN EXPRESSION IS SUBJECT TO TEMPORAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND STRESS-INDUCED REGULATION IN TERMINALLY DIFFERENTIATED SOYBEAN ORGANS

      Planta
    79. STINCHCOMBE JC; NOMOTO H; CUTLER DF; HOPKINS CR
      ANTEROGRADE AND RETROGRADE TRAFFIC BETWEEN THE ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM AND THE GOLGI-COMPLEX

      The Journal of cell biology
    80. LENCER WI; CONSTABLE C; MOE S; JOBLING MG; WEBB HM; RUSTON S; MADARA JL; HIRST TR; HOLMES RK
      TARGETING OF CHOLERA-TOXIN AND ESCHERICHIA-COLI HEAT-LABILE TOXIN IN POLARIZED EPITHELIA - ROLE OF COOH-TERMINAL KDEL

      The Journal of cell biology
    81. SCHLENSTEDT G; HARRIS S; RISSE B; LILL R; SILVER PA
      A YEAST DNAJ HOMOLOG, SCJ1P, CAN FUNCTION IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM WITH BIP KAR2P VIA A CONSERVED DOMAIN THAT SPECIFIES INTERACTIONS WITH HSP70S/

      The Journal of cell biology
    82. SCHILLER MR; MAINS RE; EIPPER BA
      A NEUROENDOCRINE-SPECIFIC PROTEIN LOCALIZED TO THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM BY DISTAL DEGRADATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. SZCZESNASKORUPA E; AHN KS; CHEN CD; DORAY B; KEMPER B
      THE CYTOPLASMIC AND N-TERMINAL TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAINS OF CYTOCHROME-P450 CONTAIN INDEPENDENT SIGNALS FOR RETENTION IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. KIRKPATRICK RB; GANGULY S; ANGELICHIO M; GRIEGO S; SHATZMAN A; SILVERMAN C; ROSENBERG M
      HEAVY-CHAIN DIMERS AS WELL AS COMPLETE ANTIBODIES ARE EFFICIENTLY FORMED AND SECRETED FROM DROSOPHILA VIA A BIP-MEDIATED PATHWAY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. OZAWA M
      CLONING OF A HUMAN HOMOLOG OF MOUSE RETICULOCALBIN REVEALS CONSERVATION OF STRUCTURAL DOMAINS IN THE NOVEL ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM RESIDENT CA2-PROTEIN WITH MULTIPLE EF-HAND MOTIFS( BINDING)

      Journal of Biochemistry
    86. LIAUDET E; GARCIA M; ROCHEFORT H
      CATHEPSIN-D MATURATION AND ITS STIMULATORY EFFECT ON METASTASIS ARE PREVENTED BY ADDITION OF KDEL RETENTION SIGNAL

      Oncogene
    87. LUZ JM; MARKUS H; FARQUHAR R; SCHULTZ LD; ELLIS RW; FREEDMAN RB; TUITE MF
      EXPRESSION AND SECRETION OF HUMAN PROTEIN DISULFIDE-ISOMERASE IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Biochemical Society transactions
    88. BOEHM J; ULRICH HD; OSSIG R; SCHMITT HD
      KEX2-DEPENDENT INVERTASE SECRETION AS A TOOL TO STUDY THE TARGETING OF TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEINS WHICH ARE INVOLVED IN ER-]GOLGI TRANSPORT IN YEAST

      EMBO journal
    89. TANG BL; WONG SH; LOW SH; SUBRAMANIAM VN; HONG WJ
      CYTOSOLIC FACTORS BLOCK ANTIBODY-BINDING TO THE C-TERMINAL CYTOPLASMIC TAIL OF THE KDEL RECEPTOR

      European journal of cell biology
    90. MAASS DR; ATKINSON PH
      RETENTION BY THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM OF ROTAVIRUS VP7 IS CONTROLLEDBY 3 ADJACENT AMINO-TERMINAL RESIDUES

      Journal of virology
    91. AYALA J
      TRANSPORT AND INTERNAL ORGANIZATION OF MEMBRANES - VESICLES, MEMBRANENETWORKS AND GTP-BINDING PROTEINS

      Journal of Cell Science
    92. SONNICHSEN B; FULLEKRUG J; VAN PN; DIEKMANN W; ROBINSON DG; MIESKES G
      RETENTION AND RETRIEVAL - BOTH MECHANISMS COOPERATE TO MAINTAIN CALRETICULIN IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Journal of Cell Science
    93. GRIFFITHS G; ERICSSON M; KRIJNSELOCKER J; NILSSON T; GOUD B; SOLING HD; TANG BL; WONG SH; HONG WJ
      LOCALIZATION OF THE LYS, ASP, GLU, LEU TETRAPEPTIDE RECEPTOR TO THE GOLGI-COMPLEX AND THE INTERMEDIATE COMPARTMENT IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    94. CONNOLLY CN; FUTTER CE; GIBSON A; HOPKINS CR; CUTLER DF
      TRANSPORT INTO AND OUT OF THE GOLGI-COMPLEX STUDIED BY TRANSFECTING CELLS WITH CDNAS ENCODING HORSERADISH-PEROXIDASE

      The Journal of cell biology
    95. CONNOLLY CN; FUTTER CE; GIBSON A; HOPKINS CR; CUTLER DF
      TRANSPORT INTO AND OUT OF THE GOLGI-COMPLEX STUDIED BY TRANSFECTING CELLS WITH CDNAS ENCODING HORSERADISH-PEROXIDASE

      The Journal of cell biology
    96. TOWNSLEY FM; FRIGERIO G; PELHAM HRB
      RETRIEVAL OF HDEL PROTEINS IS REQUIRED FOR GROWTH OF YEAST-CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    97. PONNAMBALAM S; RABOUILLE C; LUZIO JP; NILSSON T; WARREN G
      THE TGN38 GLYCOPROTEIN CONTAINS 2 NONOVERLAPPING SIGNALS THAT MEDIATELOCALIZATION TO THE TRANS-GOLGI NETWORK

      The Journal of cell biology
    98. VELAN B; KRONMAN C; FLASHNER Y; SHAFFERMAN A
      REVERSAL OF SIGNAL-MEDIATED CELLULAR RETENTION BY SUBUNIT ASSEMBLY OFHUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. WEIS K; GRIFFITHS G; LAMOND AI
      THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN OF 55 KDA IS A NOVEL EF-HAND PROTEIN RETAINED IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM BY A CARBOXYL-TERMINAL HIS-ASP-GLU-LEU MOTIF

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. MURAKAMI K; MIHARA K; OMURA T
      THE TRANSMEMBRANE REGION OF MICROSOMAL CYTOCHROME-P450 IDENTIFIED AS THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM RETENTION SIGNAL

      Journal of Biochemistry


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