Transferrin Endocytosis and Fluid Phase Uptake in the Differentiable Intestinal Cell Line HT-29
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 218)
Cells such as epithelial or neuronal cells, when fully differentiated, exhibit a clear functional asymmetry related to morphological asymmetry (Gumbiner & Louvard, 1985).
KeywordsTight Junction HT29 Cell MDCK Cell Basolateral Membrane Transferrin Receptor
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