Reference: Kim YG, et al. (2006) The architecture of the multisubunit TRAPP I complex suggests a model for vesicle tethering. Cell 127(4):817-30

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Transport protein particle (TRAPP) I is a multisubunit vesicle tethering factor composed of seven subunits involved in ER-to-Golgi trafficking. The functional mechanism of the complex and how the subunits interact to form a functional unit are unknown. Here, we have used a multidisciplinary approach that includes X-ray crystallography, electron microscopy, biochemistry, and yeast genetics to elucidate the architecture of TRAPP I. The complex is organized through lateral juxtaposition of the subunits into a flat and elongated particle. We have also localized the site of guanine nucleotide exchange activity to a highly conserved surface encompassing several subunits. We propose that TRAPP I attaches to Golgi membranes with its large flat surface containing many highly conserved residues and forms a platform for protein-protein interactions. This study provides the most comprehensive view of a multisubunit vesicle tethering complex to date, based on which a model for the function of this complex, involving Rab1-GTP and long, coiled-coil tethers, is presented.

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Kim YG, Raunser S, Munger C, Wagner J, Song YL, Cygler M, Walz T, Oh BH, Sacher M
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