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Sec61p is Adjacent to Nascent Type I and Type II Signal-Anchor Proteins during Their Membrane Insertion

High, Stephen and Andersen, Soren S. L. and Görlich, Dirk and Hartmann, Enno and Prehn, Siegfried and Rapoport, Tom A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard

In: The Journal of Cell Biology, 121 (1993), Nr. 4. pp. 743-750.

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Abstract

We have identified membrane components which are adjacent to type I and type II signal-anchor proteins during their insertion into the membrane of the ER. Using two different cross-linking approaches a 37-38-kD nonglycosylated protein, previously identified as P37 (High, S., D. G6dich, M. Wiedmann, T. A. Rapoport, and B. Dobberstein. 1991. J. Cell Biol. 113:35-44), was found adjacent to all the membrane inserted nascent chains used in this study. On the basis of immunoprecipitation, this ER protein was shown to be identical to the recently identified mammalian Sec61 protein. Thus, Sec61p is the principal cross-linking partner of both type I and type II signal-anchor proteins during their membrane insertion (this work), and of secretory proteins during their translocation (G-tdich, D., S. Prehn, E. Hartmann, K.-U. Kalies, and T. A. Rapoport. 1992. Cell. 71:489-503). We propose that membrane proteins of both orientations, and secretory proteins employ the same ER translocation sites, and that Sec61p is a core component of these sites.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: The Journal of Cell Biology
Volume: 121
Number: 4
Date Deposited: 17. Jul 2008 17:08
Date: 1993
Page Range: pp. 743-750
Faculties / Institutes: Service facilities > Center for Molecular Biology Heidelberg
Subjects: 570 Life sciences
Schriftenreihe ID: Works by Bernhard Dobberstein
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