Localization and Transport of a Protein of Interest
The protein of interest has two isoforms and localizes to vesicular structures. The longer isoform localizes to vesicles that have a high motility. In contrast, the shorter isoform localizes to vacuoles that have a low motility. Vesicles and vacuoles are neither endosomes nor lysosomes.
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Last updated: 05/18/11