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Concept Endoplasmic Reticulum
Academic Article Triacylglycerol synthesis enzymes mediate lipid droplet growth by relocalizing from the ER to lipid droplets.
Academic Article Distinct AAA-ATPase p97 complexes function in discrete steps of nuclear assembly.
Academic Article The endoplasmic reticulum enzyme DGAT2 is found in mitochondria-associated membranes and has a mitochondrial targeting signal that promotes its association with mitochondria.
Academic Article SnapShot: Lipid Droplets.
Academic Article Arf1/COPI machinery acts directly on lipid droplets and enables their connection to the ER for protein targeting.
Academic Article Global proteome turnover analyses of the Yeasts S. cerevisiae and S. pombe.
Academic Article The Erv41-Erv46 complex serves as a retrograde receptor to retrieve escaped ER proteins.
Academic Article Triglyceride Synthesis by DGAT1 Protects Adipocytes from Lipid-Induced ER Stress during Lipolysis.
Academic Article Rab18 is not necessary for lipid droplet biogenesis or turnover in human mammary carcinoma cells.
Academic Article Cryo-electron microscopy structure of the lipid droplet-formation protein seipin.
Academic Article The unfolded protein response and endoplasmic reticulum protein targeting machineries converge on the stress sensor IRE1.
Academic Article Probing the Global Cellular Responses to Lipotoxicity Caused by Saturated Fatty Acids.
Academic Article The triglyceride synthesis enzymes DGAT1 and DGAT2 have distinct and overlapping functions in adipocytes.
Academic Article LDAF1 and Seipin Form a Lipid Droplet Assembly Complex.
Academic Article Determinants of Endoplasmic Reticulum-to-Lipid Droplet Protein Targeting.
Academic Article FIT2 is an acyl-coenzyme A diphosphatase crucial for endoplasmic reticulum homeostasis.
Academic Article Combined immunodeficiency due to a mutation in the ?1 subunit of the coat protein I complex.
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