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How can proteins be carried from one organ to another without continuing the direct membrane between the ER and the Golgi apparatus?
Only the protein can leave the ER and travel through
Cytoplasm, and enter the Colchi instrument.

But it will
Expresses proteins to interact with other molecules
Cytoplasm. separation from the other side
Cytoplasm can be protected when a fragment of the ER is complete
“Butt off”, which forms a vesicle containing the protein.

This is what is really happening. makes proteins
Securely configured from ER to Colkey device
Upon arrival of the vessel, the vessel attaches to the colic membrane and releases its cargo.

Rough ER makes wicks, go up
The cytoplasm and fuses into the cis region of the colic apparatus, releasing its contents into the lumen. ang
Vesicles Can’t Go Anywhere:

 

 

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