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The MIT Domain of UBPY Constitutes a CHMP Binding and Endosomal Localization Signal Required for Efficient Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Degradation / P. E Row; H Liu; S Hayes; R Welchman; P Charalabous; K Hofmann; M. J Clague; C. M Sanderson; S Urbe
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Volume: 282, Issue: 42, Pages: 30929 - 30937
Swansea University Author: Row, Paula
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The MIT Domain of UBPY Constitutes a CHMP Binding and Endosomal Localization Signal Required for Efficient Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Degradation
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Row cloned the GFP-UBPY constructs, taught Hayes how to do the co-immunoprecipitation experiment, designed and performed the experiment that showed that UBPY lacking the MIT domain was functionally inactive, performed the experiment to localise UBPY delta MIT, and contributed to writing the manuscript.
Swansea University Medical School