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Membrane traffic: do cones mark sites of fission?

Membrane fission occurs in eukaryotic cells whenever a vesicle is produced or a larger subcellular compartment is divided into smaller discrete units. Recent evidence suggests this fission event is promoted by enzymes that generate phosphatidic acid and thereby cause a distortion of the lipid bilayer.[1]


  1. Membrane traffic: do cones mark sites of fission? Barr, F.A., Shorter, J. Curr. Biol. (2000) [Pubmed]
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