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Blackwell Munksgaard Denmark
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Traffic is a journal indexed in SJR in Cell Biology and Molecular Biology with an H index of 130. It has a price of 3083 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,677 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,677.

Traffic focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: cell, motif, endosomal, endolyn, endocytosisa, drive, diseaseassociated, disassemblyshear, directs, fluorescent, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

cell, motif, endosomal, endolyn, endocytosisa, drive, diseaseassociated, disassemblyshear, directs, fluorescent, functionoverexpression, gap, grasp, gtp, hydrolysis, immunomagnetic, initiates, internalization, interspaced, dileucine, differential, development, axonal, behavior, biogenesis, cardiac, caveolin, cellslyst, cellssedp, cftrnglycans, channels, coat, compartment, conditionsmonomerization, connection, controls, crisprcasmediated,

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A Membrane Protease is Targeted to the Relict Plastid of Toxoplasma via an Internal Signal Sequence

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A Multigene Family Encoding R-SNAREs in the Ciliate Paramecium tetraurelia

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A New Yeast Endosomal SNARE Related to Mammalian Syntaxin 8

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A Yeast Model System for Functional Analysis of the Niemann-Pick Type C Protein 1 Homolog, Ncr1p

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Accumulation of a GPI-Anchored Protein at the Cell Surface Requires Sorting at Multiple Intracellular Levels

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ADPKD: A Human Disease Altering Golgi Function and Basolateral Exocytosis in Renal Epithelia

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Advocacy for Biomedical Research: Looking Back, Looking Forward

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Altered Composition and Secretion of Lysosome-Derived Compartments in Dictyostelium AP-3 Mutant Cells

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Antigen Traffic Pathways in Dendritic Cells

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Association of Yeast Transporters with Detergent-Resistant Membranes Correlates with Their Cell-Surface Location

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Atg8 is Essential for Macropexophagy in Hansenula polymorpha

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Automated Recognition of Intracellular Organelles in Confocal Microscope Images

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Binding Site Distribution of Nuclear Transport Receptors and Transport Complexes in Single Nuclear Pore Complexes

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Biomolecule Function: No Reliable Prediction from Cell Culture

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Brl1p - A Novel Nuclear Envelope Protein Required for Nuclear Transport

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Calcium, Viruses and Nuclear Pores: Meeting Report from the EMBO Workshop 'Signal-Transduction-Mediated Regulation of Nuclear Transport', Strasbourg, France, 11-14 August 2001

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Cellular Localization and Stimulation-Associated Distribution Dynamics of Syntaxin-1 and Syntaxin-3 in Gastric Parietal Cells

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Cellular Zinc Levels Are Modulated by TRPML1-TMEM163 Interaction

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Characterization of BLOC-2, a Complex Containing the Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Proteins HPS3, HPS5 and HPS6

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Cholesterol is Required for the Formation of Regulated and Constitutive Secretory Vesicles from the trans-Golgi Network

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Clathrin is Important for Normal Actin Dynamics and Progression of Sla2p-Containing Patches During Endocytosis in Yeast

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Coatomer Vesicles are not Required for Inhibition of Golgi Transport by G-Protein Activators

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Core Formation and the Acquisition of Fusion Competence are Linked During Secretory Granule Maturation in Tetrahymena

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Days and Knights Discussing Membrane Dynamics in Endocytosis: Meeting Report from the Euresco/EMBL Membrane Dynamics in Endocytosis, 6-11 October in Tomar, Portugal

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