Traffic from the endosome towards trans-Golgi network
Retrograde passage of a transport carrier entails cargo sorting at the endosome, generation of a cargo-laden carrier and its movement along cytoskeletal tracks towards trans-Golgi network (TGN), tethering at the TGN, and fusion with the Golgi membrane. Significant advances have been made in understanding this traffic system, revealing molecular requirements in each step and the functional connection between them as well as biomedical implication of the dysregulation of those important traffic factors. This review focuses on describing up-to-date action mechanisms for retrograde transport from the endosomal system to the TGN.
Endosome, Retrograde transport, SNAREs, Sorting, Tether, Trans-Golgi network
Saimani, Uma, and Kyoungtae Kim. "Traffic from the endosome towards trans-Golgi network." European journal of cell biology 96, no. 2 (2017): 198-205.
European Journal of Cell Biology