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Nowe fakty dotyczące transportu pęcherzykowego w komórkach roślinnych

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New facts concerning the vesicular transport in plant cells
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Komórki eukariotycznecharakteryzują sięmiędzy innymi systemem błon wewnętrznych. Pomiędzy organellami systemu wykształciła się pewnego rodzaju komunikacja, głównie za pomocą transportu pęcherzykowego, zapewniająca sprawne funkcjonowanie komórek a także całego organizmu. Organelle wchodzące w skład systemu błon wewnętrznych biorą udział w licznych procesach, przede wszystkim w transporcie różnych substancji, m.in. białek, szlakiem sekrecyjnym i endocytotycznym. Błony i białka są przenoszone między organellami, za pomocą struktur zwanych pęcherzykami transportującymi, a proces ten jest znany jako transport pęcherzykowy. Ze względu na kompleksowość zagadnienia, artykuł skupia się tylko na szlaku wydzielniczym. Obejmuje on wczesny szlak sekrecyjny, który biegnie od retikulum endoplazmatycznego (ER) do strefy cis diktiosomu (D), transport przez diktiosom i późny szlak sekecyjny obejmujący eksport białek z diktiosomu. Bardziej szczegółowo są przedstawione najnowsze osiągnięcia dotyczące transportu od ER do strefy cis diktiosomu, a także transportu wstecznego z udziałem retromeru.
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Eukaryotic cells are characterized, among other traits, by a system of internal membranes. Between the organelles of the system there developed a kind of communication, ensuring the smooth functioning of the cells and of the whole organism. The organelles "communicate" among themselves, mainly due to vesicular transport They are involved in numerous processes, mainly in the secretory pathway and endocytosis. Membranes and proteins are moved between organelles of the system through small structures called transporting vesicles and this process is known as vesicular transport. Due to the comprehensiveness of the issue, the article focuses only on the secretory pathway. This pathway embraces the early secretory pathway, which runs from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) to the cis- zone of the diktiosom (D), transport by D and the late secretory pathway, including the export of proteins from D. In a greater detail are presented the latest developments on the issues related primarily to the transport from the ER to the cis-zone, and retrograde transport involving the retromer.
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61
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2
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363-370
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2012
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  • Collegium Biologicum, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań, Polska
  • Collegium Biologicum, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań, Polska
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  • Collegium Biologicum, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań, Polska
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