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Gap junction assembly: roles for the formation plaque and regulation by the C-terminus of connexin43

By Ross G. Johnson, James K. Reynhout, Erica M. TenBroek, Bradley J. Quade, Thomas Yasumura, Kimberly G. V. Davidson, Judson D. Sheridan and John E. Rash

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Gap junction (GJ) “formation plaques” are distinct membrane domains with GJ precursors; they assemble by means of a series of defined steps. The C-terminus of Cx43 is required for normal progression of assembly, normal aggregation of 10-nm particles into small GJs, and negative regulation of assembly involving protein kinase C

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Publisher: The American Society for Cell Biology
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