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Title Unusual secretory pathways [electronic resource] : from bacteria to man / [edited by] Karl Kuchler, Anna Rubartelli, Barry Holland.

Published Berlin : Springer, 1997.

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Physical description 1 online resource (ix, 187 p.)
Series Molecular biology intelligence unit
Molecular biology intelligence unit (Unnumbered)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Protein Secretion in Gram-Negative Bacteria / Andrea de Lima Pimenta, Mark A. Blight and Christian Chervaux [et al.] -- 2. Unusual Protein Secretion and Translocation Pathways in Yeast: Implication of ABC Transporters / Karl Kuchler and Ralf Egner -- 3. Secretion of Mammalian Proteins That Lack a Signal Sequence / Anna Rubartelli and Roberto Sitia -- 4. The Transporters Associated with Antigen Processing (TAP) / Robert Tampe, Stefanie Urlinger and Kurt Pawlitschko [et al.] -- 5. Mammalian ABC Transporters and Leaderless Secretion: Facts and Speculations / Yannick Hamon, Marie Francoise Luciani and Giovanna Chimini -- 6. Secretory Lysosomes and the Production of Exosomes / Graca Raposo, Michel Vidal and Hans Geuze.
Summary This book constitutes the first comprehensive discussion and collection of facts and functions of unconventional secretory pathways, some of which are of importance in human disease and pathology. The function of ABC transporters in these processes is also discussed. This comparison of common aspects and similarities in all living cells - from bacteria to man - is an excellent reference book with "textbook" character.
Other author Kuchler, Karl.
Rubartelli, Anna.
Holland, Barry.
Subject Secretion.
Proteins -- Secretion.
Lysosomes.
ISBN 9783662225813 (electronic bk.)
9783662225837
3662225816
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-662-22581-3