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Golgins are coiled-coil proteins thought to form a matrix important for shaping and organising Golgi cisternae and directing long-range recognition events in vesicular transport. This model is brought into question by new evidence that two golgins, GM130 and golgin-84, contribute to but are not essential for protein transport and Golgi structure.


Journal article


Curr Biol

Publication Date





R311 - R313


Autoantigens, Biological Transport, Cytoplasmic Vesicles, Golgi Apparatus, Humans, Membrane Proteins, Models, Biological, Temperature