Intracellular Trafficking

Eukaryotic cells contain membrane bounded compartments that interact with cells environment. Proteins and lipids are transported from vesicles through these compartments. The transport takes place by 2 pathways: exocytic and endocytic pathway. Exocytic pathway internalizes materials in the cytoplasm to cell milieu and inwards and endocytic pathway internalizes material from environment to inside cell. This intracellular transport is known as intracellular trafficking.

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Journal of  Stem Cell , Research and TherapyJournal of Cell Science and TherapyCell Biology Research and TherapyCellular and Molecular BiologyInsights in Stem cells, Nature Merthods, Cell Metabolism, Plant Cell and Aging Cell


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