Insulin secretory granule translocates to cell cortex

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R-HSA-265160
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Homo sapiens
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Insulin-containing secretory vesicles are translocated along microtubules (polymerized tubulin) from the trans-golgi to the cellular cortex. Motor activity is provided by Dynamin-1 but the complex that connects the secretory granule to the Kinesin-1 is not yet fully known. The process is stimulated by intracellular calcium ions (Ca2+).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
16714477 Insulin vesicle release: walk, kiss, pause ... then run

Rutter, GA, Hill, EV

Physiology (Bethesda) 2006
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microtubule motor activity of KIF5B-like proteins [cytosol]
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