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Analysis of occludin trafficking, demonstrating continuous endocytosis, degradation, recycling and biosynthetic secretory trafficking (2014)
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Stekel, D., Fletcher, S., Iqbal, M., Jabbari, S., & Rappoport, J. (2014). Analysis of occludin trafficking, demonstrating continuous endocytosis, degradation, recycling and biosynthetic secretory trafficking. PLoS ONE, 9(11), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0111176

© 2014 Fletcher et al. Tight junctions (TJs) link adjacent cells and are critical for maintenance of apicalbasolateral polarity in epithelial monolayers. The TJ protein occludin functions in disparate processes, including wound healing and Hepatitis... Read More about Analysis of occludin trafficking, demonstrating continuous endocytosis, degradation, recycling and biosynthetic secretory trafficking.