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, 4 (4), 587-92

Genetic and Biochemical Analysis of Vesicular Traffic in Yeast

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Genetic and Biochemical Analysis of Vesicular Traffic in Yeast

R Schekman. Curr Opin Cell Biol.

Abstract

Secretory, vacuolar and membrane protein transport in yeast occurs by processes that are highly conserved in eukaryotic cells. Recent years have seen a proliferation of approaches to the study of vesicular traffic, and in certain instances key breakthroughs have been achieved through the application of genetic and biochemical methods that are well suited to yeast as an experimental organism. The availability of the genetic approach has led to molecular insights concerning the mechanisms of vesicle biogenesis, targeting and fusion.

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