recycling endosome


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recycling endosome

[rē¦sīk·liŋ ′en·də‚sōmz]
(cell and molecular biology)
An intracellular vesicle through which internalized receptors pass during their transport from early endosomes back to the plasma membrane for reuse.
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Indibulin has a unique molecular mechanism and targets specific subsets in cellular microtubules, altering the apical recycling endosome while not affecting acetylated tubulin or the Golgi.
96%, n=6), markers of early and recycling endosomes respectively.
Engelhardt, Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and Director for the UI Center for Gene Therapy, will present abstract #399 titled, "rAAV2 Movement Through the Late and Recycling Endosomes Is Influenced by Titer of Infection.
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