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Efficient ER exit and vacuole targeting of yeast Sna2p require two tyrosine-based sorting motifs.

Bibliographic reference Renard, Henri-François ; Demaegd, Didier ; Guerriat, Bérengère ; Morsomme, Pierre. Efficient ER exit and vacuole targeting of yeast Sna2p require two tyrosine-based sorting motifs.. In: Traffic, Vol. 11, no. 7, p. 931-946 (2010)
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