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In step with the rapid growth of research into the biochemical and functional characterization of the endosome, Volume 19 surveys the recent advances in the methodological aspects of this field. Coverage includes the use of free flow electrophoresis to define endosome subpopulations, the endosomal compartments in rat hepatocytes, the role of endosomes in transmembrane signalling, and six additional articles.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »glycoprotein - growth - membrane - protein - receptor
Toward a Biochemical Definition of the Endosomal Compartment; S.L. Schmid Analytical Subcellular Fractionation of Endosomal Compartments in Rat Hepatocytes; P.J. Courtoy Reconstitution of Endosomal Transport and Proteolysis; J.S. Blum, et al. Quantitative Fluorescence Techniques for the Characterization of Endocytosis in Intact Cells; N.H. Salzman, F.R. Maxfield Endocytosis and Function of the Hepatic Asialoglycoprotein Receptor; P.H. Weigel Characterization of Endocytic Components of Liver Nonparenchymal Cells; R. Wattiaux, et al. The Endocytic Compartments of Normal and Regenerating Liver; C. Enrich, W.H. Evans Potential Role of Endosomes in Transmembrane Signalling; M.N. Khan, et al. Index.