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ABSTRACT

An ER membrane protein helps load collagen into vesicles.

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FOCAL POINT (Left to right) Khanhky Phamluong, Deanna Wilson, Andrew Peterson, Mark Solloway, and colleagues (not shown) took a closer look at how the protein Mia3 helps export collagen from cells. Compared with the endoplasmic reticulum in a cell from a normal mouse (center), the ER in a cell from a mouse lacking Mia3 is bloated (right). The researchers think that without Mia3’s assistance collagen piles up inside the ER.PHOTO COURTESY OF KHANHKY PHAMLUONG
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fig1: FOCAL POINT (Left to right) Khanhky Phamluong, Deanna Wilson, Andrew Peterson, Mark Solloway, and colleagues (not shown) took a closer look at how the protein Mia3 helps export collagen from cells. Compared with the endoplasmic reticulum in a cell from a normal mouse (center), the ER in a cell from a mouse lacking Mia3 is bloated (right). The researchers think that without Mia3’s assistance collagen piles up inside the ER.PHOTO COURTESY OF KHANHKY PHAMLUONG


One collagen shipment, ready for delivery
FOCAL POINT (Left to right) Khanhky Phamluong, Deanna Wilson, Andrew Peterson, Mark Solloway, and colleagues (not shown) took a closer look at how the protein Mia3 helps export collagen from cells. Compared with the endoplasmic reticulum in a cell from a normal mouse (center), the ER in a cell from a mouse lacking Mia3 is bloated (right). The researchers think that without Mia3’s assistance collagen piles up inside the ER.PHOTO COURTESY OF KHANHKY PHAMLUONG
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fig1: FOCAL POINT (Left to right) Khanhky Phamluong, Deanna Wilson, Andrew Peterson, Mark Solloway, and colleagues (not shown) took a closer look at how the protein Mia3 helps export collagen from cells. Compared with the endoplasmic reticulum in a cell from a normal mouse (center), the ER in a cell from a mouse lacking Mia3 is bloated (right). The researchers think that without Mia3’s assistance collagen piles up inside the ER.PHOTO COURTESY OF KHANHKY PHAMLUONG

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ABSTRACT

An ER membrane protein helps load collagen into vesicles.

No MeSH data available.