How do I inhibit receptor internalisation ?
Richard G.W. Anderson
anders06 at utsw.swmed.edu
Thu Nov 14 00:42:01 EST 1996
How long do you need to maintain them in the absence of internalization?
There are three general methods used to block coated pit function: K+
depletion, hypotonic treatment and acidification of the cytoplasm. Of the
three, the hypotonic treatment is the easiest and most reproducible, but I
do not know how long the cells can stay in this condition before dying.
All of these methods are in the literature if you want them.
Richard G. W. Anderson
In article <a.v.d.lippe-0811961214490001 at biomac24.uio.no>,
a.v.d.lippe at bio.uio.no (Alexander von der Lippe) wrote:
> In article <zakaria-2310962106580001 at isdn92.stud.uni-hannover.de>,
> zakaria at ita.fhg.de (Hayssam Zakaria) wrote:
> > I am looking for a method to keep a receptor on the cellsurface for a long
> > period of time in the presence of its ligand.
> > Any idea how to get that accomplished ?? Maybe a chemical that inhibits
> > the formation of clathrin coated vesicles ??
> > Hayssam Zakaria
> May be you could delete an internalisation motif in the cytoplasmic tail
> of the receptor.
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