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GRASPing the unconventional secretory machinery to bridge cellular stress signaling to the extracellular proteome

Constantinos Demetriades, Julian Nüchel and Markus Plomann

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Cellular adaptation to stress is a crucial homeostatic process for survival, metabolism, physiology, and disease. Cells respond to stress stimuli (e.g., nutrient starvation, growth factor deprivation, hypoxia, low energy, etc.) by changing the activity of signaling pathways, and interact with their environment by qualitatively and quantitatively modifying their intracellular, surface, and extracellular proteomes. How this delicate communication takes place is a hot topic in cell biological research, and has important implications for human disease.

PDF | Published online: 15/10/2021 | In press

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