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Multiple Roles of Rab GTPases at the Golgi

Part of the Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation book series (RESULTS,volume 67)

Abstract

The Golgi apparatus is a central sorting station in the cell. It receives newly synthesized molecules from the endoplasmic reticulum and directs them to different subcellular destinations, such as the plasma membrane or the endocytic pathway. Importantly, in the last few years, it has emerged that the maintenance of Golgi structure is connected to the proper regulation of membrane trafficking. Rab proteins are small GTPases that are considered to be the master regulators of the intracellular membrane trafficking. Several of the over 60 human Rabs are involved in the regulation of transport pathways at the Golgi as well as in the maintenance of its architecture. This chapter will summarize the different roles of Rab GTPases at the Golgi, both as regulators of membrane transport, scaffold, and tethering proteins and in preserving the structure and function of this organelle.

Keywords

  • Rab proteins
  • Golgi
  • TGN
  • Retrograde transport
  • Secretion

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C. Progida is supported by grants from the Research Council of Norway (grant 287560), the Norwegian Cancer Society (grant 198094), the Anders Jahre Foundation, and the S. G. Sønneland Foundation.

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Progida, C. (2019). Multiple Roles of Rab GTPases at the Golgi. In: Kloc, M. (eds) The Golgi Apparatus and Centriole. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation, vol 67. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-23173-6_6

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