JCB65: Trafficking and Organelles
In the eleventh collection celebrating our 65th anniversary, we revisit field-defining work informing cell biologists about organelle biogenesis and function, membrane traffic, protein sorting, quality control, and host–pathogen interactions at membranes. Rediscover work laying the foundation for membrane trafficking/recycling at the synapse, defining the retromer complex, identifying new roles for Rab GTPases in cellular trafficking, and characterizing modes of cellular transport, as well as early studies of retrograde transport and Golgi biogenesis, the characterization of transport intermediates, and the mechanisms involved in protein quality control and secretion. If we missed your favorite JCB study, tweet to @JCellBiol using the hashtag #JCB65, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more 65th anniversary collections or browse our From the Archive series.
Image from Heuser and Reese, 1973.