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Pathways authored by Falk, MM (190598)

DB_ID Name
157858 Gap junction trafficking and regulation
190704 Oligomerization of connexins into connexons
190827 Transport of connexins along the secretory pathway
190828 Gap junction trafficking
190840 Microtubule-dependent trafficking of connexons from Golgi to the plasma membrane
190861 Gap junction assembly
190872 Transport of connexons to the plasma membrane
190873 Gap junction degradation
191647 c-src mediated regulation of Cx43 function and closure of gap junctions
191650 Regulation of gap junction activity
196025 Formation of annular gap junctions
215126 Transport of connexins along the secretory pathway

Details on Person Falk, MM

_displayNameFalk, MM
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:38:33
created[InstanceEdit:190531] Matthews, L, 2007-01-09 09:22:40
(author)[InstanceEdit:190523] Gilleron, J, Segretain, D, Falk, MM, 2007-01-03 12:23:09
[InstanceEdit:192494] Falk, MM, 2007-02-01 20:15:27
[LiteratureReference:190529] Internalization of Large Double-Membrane Intercellular Vesicles by a Clathrin-dependent Endocytic Process
[LiteratureReference:190615] Cell-free synthesis and assembly of connexins into functional gap junction membrane channels
[LiteratureReference:190683] Membrane insertion of gap junction connexins: polytopic channel forming membrane proteins
[LiteratureReference:190709] Specific amino-acid residues in the N-terminus and TM3 implicated in channel function and oligomerization compatibility of connexin43
[LiteratureReference:190727] Regulation of connexin biosynthesis, assembly, gap junction formation, and removal
[LiteratureReference:190728] Dynamic trafficking and delivery of connexons to the plasma membrane and accretion to gap junctions in living cells
[LiteratureReference:191902] Connexin-specific distribution within gap junctions revealed in living cells
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