Insights into lysosomal PI(3,5)P2 homeostasis from a structural biochemical analysis of the PIKfyve lipid kinase complex. Lees & Li et al.

Published: 23 October 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dd78dm5xpr.1
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Joshua Lees,
PeiQi Li

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Lees & Li et al. Figure 1 zip: 1B_Vac14_purification.tiff 1B_Vac14-2D-classaverage.png 1B_MBP-Vac14-2D-classaverage.png 1C_1E_complex-purification.tiff 1C_Vac14+Fig4-2D-classaverage.png 1D_PIKfyve-2D-classaverage.png 1D_CCT-MBP-2D-classaverage.png 1D_MBP-CCR-2D-classaverage.png 1D_MBP-kinase-2D-classaverage.png 1E_Vac14+Fig4_PIKfyve-2D-classaverage.png Lees & Li et al. Figure 3 zip: 3A_TLC.gel 3D_PIKfyve-mut.tiff Lees & Li et al. Figure S1 zip: S1A_map1-2D-classaverage.png

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