Membrane traffic: Arl GTPases get a GRIP on the Golgi

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Abstract

A subset of the golgin family of large coiled-coil proteins have a GRIP domain that mediates their localization to the trans-Golgi. Two recent papers show that the Arl3p and Arl1p small GTPases act sequentially to recruit GRIP domain proteins to the Golgi.

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Jackson, C. L. (2003, March 4). Membrane traffic: Arl GTPases get a GRIP on the Golgi. Current Biology. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0960-9822(03)00116-7

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