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    Susan Ferro-Novick

    TitleDistinguished Professor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentCellular and Molecular Medicine
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0668
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      The Ferro-Novick laboratory studies how the directionality and specificity of vesicle traffic between the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi is achieved and the role that the GTPase Rab1 plays in these events and in autophagy. The laboratory also studies the structure and inheritance of the endoplasmic reticulum.

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      1. Farhan H, Kundu M, Ferro-Novick S. The link between autophagy and secretion: a story of multitasking proteins. Mol Biol Cell. 2017 May 01; 28(9):1161-1164. PMID: 28468940.
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      2. Davis S, Wang J, Ferro-Novick S. Crosstalk between the Secretory and Autophagy Pathways Regulates Autophagosome Formation. Dev Cell. 2017 Apr 10; 41(1):23-32. PMID: 28399396.
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      3. Wang J, Davis S, Zhu M, Miller EA, Ferro-Novick S. Autophagosome formation: Where the secretory and autophagy pathways meet. Autophagy. 2017 May 04; 13(5):973-974. PMID: 28287860.
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      4. Davis S, Wang J, Zhu M, Stahmer K, Lakshminarayan R, Ghassemian M, Jiang Y, Miller EA, Ferro-Novick S. Sec24 phosphorylation regulates autophagosome abundance during nutrient deprivation. Elife. 2016 Nov 18; 5. PMID: 27855785.
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      5. Ding J, Segarra VA, Chen S, Cai H, Lemmon SK, Ferro-Novick S. Auxilin facilitates membrane traffic in the early secretory pathway. Mol Biol Cell. 2016 Jan 01; 27(1):127-36. PMID: 26538028; PMCID: PMC4694752.
      6. Wang J, Davis S, Menon S, Zhang J, Ding J, Cervantes S, Miller E, Jiang Y, Ferro-Novick S. Ypt1/Rab1 regulates Hrr25/CK1d kinase activity in ER-Golgi traffic and macroautophagy. J Cell Biol. 2015 Jul 20; 210(2):273-85. PMID: 26195667; PMCID: PMC4508898.
      7. Casey AK, Chen S, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S, Wente SR. Nuclear pore complex integrity requires Lnp1, a regulator of cortical endoplasmic reticulum. Mol Biol Cell. 2015 Aug 01; 26(15):2833-44. PMID: 26041935; PMCID: PMC4571342.
      8. Davis S, Ferro-Novick S. Ypt1 and COPII vesicles act in autophagosome biogenesis and the early secretory pathway. Biochem Soc Trans. 2015 Feb; 43(1):92-6. PMID: 25619251.
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      9. Wang J, Cervantes S, Davis S, Ferro-Novick S. Identifying a Rab effector on the macroautophagy pathway. Methods Mol Biol. 2015; 1298:117-25. PMID: 25800837.
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      10. Chen S, Desai T, McNew JA, Gerard P, Novick PJ, Ferro-Novick S. Lunapark stabilizes nascent three-way junctions in the endoplasmic reticulum. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Jan 13; 112(2):418-23. PMID: 25548161; PMCID: PMC4299238.
      11. Wang J, Tan D, Cai Y, Reinisch KM, Walz T, Ferro-Novick S. A requirement for ER-derived COPII vesicles in phagophore initiation. Autophagy. 2014 Apr; 10(4):708-9. PMID: 24561915; PMCID: PMC4091162.
      12. Ferro-Novick S, Brose N. Nobel 2013 Physiology or medicine: Traffic control system within cells. Nature. 2013 Dec 05; 504(7478):98. PMID: 24305158.
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      13. Tan D, Cai Y, Wang J, Zhang J, Menon S, Chou HT, Ferro-Novick S, Reinisch KM, Walz T. The EM structure of the TRAPPIII complex leads to the identification of a requirement for COPII vesicles on the macroautophagy pathway. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Nov 26; 110(48):19432-7. PMID: 24218626; PMCID: PMC3845172.
      14. Li X, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Different polarisome components play distinct roles in Slt2p-regulated cortical ER inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Biol Cell. 2013 Oct; 24(19):3145-54. PMID: 23924898; PMCID: PMC3784387.
      15. Bhandari D, Zhang J, Menon S, Lord C, Chen S, Helm JR, Thorsen K, Corbett KD, Hay JC, Ferro-Novick S. Sit4p/PP6 regulates ER-to-Golgi traffic by controlling the dephosphorylation of COPII coat subunits. Mol Biol Cell. 2013 Sep; 24(17):2727-38. PMID: 23864707; PMCID: PMC3756924.
      16. Wang J, Menon S, Yamasaki A, Chou HT, Walz T, Jiang Y, Ferro-Novick S. Ypt1 recruits the Atg1 kinase to the preautophagosomal structure. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jun 11; 110(24):9800-5. PMID: 23716696; PMCID: PMC3683756.
      17. Chen S, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. ER structure and function. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 2013 Aug; 25(4):428-33. PMID: 23478217.
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      18. Lord C, Ferro-Novick S, Miller EA. The highly conserved COPII coat complex sorts cargo from the endoplasmic reticulum and targets it to the golgi. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2013 Feb 01; 5(2). PMID: 23378591; PMCID: PMC3552504.
      19. Chen S, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. ER network formation requires a balance of the dynamin-like GTPase Sey1p and the Lunapark family member Lnp1p. Nat Cell Biol. 2012 Jun 24; 14(7):707-16. PMID: 22729086; PMCID: PMC3389217.
      20. Lee JH, Silhavy JL, Lee JE, Al-Gazali L, Thomas S, Davis EE, Bielas SL, Hill KJ, Iannicelli M, Brancati F, Gabriel SB, Russ C, Logan CV, Sharif SM, Bennett CP, Abe M, Hildebrandt F, Diplas BH, Attié-Bitach T, Katsanis N, Rajab A, Koul R, Sztriha L, Waters ER, Ferro-Novick S, Woods CG, Johnson CA, Valente EM, Zaki MS, Gleeson JG. Evolutionarily assembled cis-regulatory module at a human ciliopathy locus. Science. 2012 Feb 24; 335(6071):966-9. PMID: 22282472; PMCID: PMC3671610.
      21. Chen S, Cai H, Park SK, Menon S, Jackson CL, Ferro-Novick S. Trs65p, a subunit of the Ypt1p GEF TRAPPII, interacts with the Arf1p exchange factor Gea2p to facilitate COPI-mediated vesicle traffic. Mol Biol Cell. 2011 Oct; 22(19):3634-44. PMID: 21813735; PMCID: PMC3183018.
      22. Lord C, Bhandari D, Menon S, Ghassemian M, Nycz D, Hay J, Ghosh P, Ferro-Novick S. Sequential interactions with Sec23 control the direction of vesicle traffic. Nature. 2011 May 12; 473(7346):181-6. PMID: 21532587; PMCID: PMC3093450.
      23. Barrowman J, Bhandari D, Reinisch K, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPP complexes in membrane traffic: convergence through a common Rab. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 2010 11; 11(11):759-63. PMID: 20966969.
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      24. Lynch-Day MA, Bhandari D, Menon S, Huang J, Cai H, Bartholomew CR, Brumell JH, Ferro-Novick S, Klionsky DJ. Trs85 directs a Ypt1 GEF, TRAPPIII, to the phagophore to promote autophagy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Apr 27; 107(17):7811-6. PMID: 20375281; PMCID: PMC2867920.
      25. Li X, Du Y, Siegel S, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Activation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase, Slt2p, at bud tips blocks a late stage of endoplasmic reticulum inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Biol Cell. 2010 May 15; 21(10):1772-82. PMID: 20357006; PMCID: PMC2869382.
      26. Sclafani A, Chen S, Rivera-Molina F, Reinisch K, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Establishing a role for the GTPase Ypt1p at the late Golgi. Traffic. 2010 Apr; 11(4):520-32. PMID: 20059749; PMCID: PMC2861988.
      27. Yamasaki A, Menon S, Yu S, Barrowman J, Meerloo T, Oorschot V, Klumperman J, Satoh A, Ferro-Novick S. mTrs130 is a component of a mammalian TRAPPII complex, a Rab1 GEF that binds to COPI-coated vesicles. Mol Biol Cell. 2009 Oct; 20(19):4205-15. PMID: 19656848; PMCID: PMC2754934.
      28. Chin HF, Cai Y, Menon S, Ferro-Novick S, Reinisch KM, De La Cruz EM. Kinetic analysis of the guanine nucleotide exchange activity of TRAPP, a multimeric Ypt1p exchange factor. J Mol Biol. 2009 Jun 05; 389(2):275-88. PMID: 19361519; PMCID: PMC2770256.
      29. Cai Y, Chin HF, Lazarova D, Menon S, Fu C, Cai H, Sclafani A, Rodgers DW, De La Cruz EM, Ferro-Novick S, Reinisch KM. The structural basis for activation of the Rab Ypt1p by the TRAPP membrane-tethering complexes. Cell. 2008 Jun 27; 133(7):1202-13. PMID: 18585354; PMCID: PMC2465810.
      30. Cai H, Reinisch K, Ferro-Novick S. Coats, tethers, Rabs, and SNAREs work together to mediate the intracellular destination of a transport vesicle. Dev Cell. 2007 May; 12(5):671-82. PMID: 17488620.
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      31. Cai H, Yu S, Menon S, Cai Y, Lazarova D, Fu C, Reinisch K, Hay JC, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPPI tethers COPII vesicles by binding the coat subunit Sec23. Nature. 2007 Feb 22; 445(7130):941-4. PMID: 17287728.
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      32. Menon S, Cai H, Lu H, Dong G, Cai Y, Reinisch K, Ferro-Novick S. mBET3 is required for the organization of the TRAPP complexes. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2006 Nov 24; 350(3):669-77. PMID: 17027922.
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      33. Du Y, Walker L, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Ptc1p regulates cortical ER inheritance via Slt2p. EMBO J. 2006 Oct 04; 25(19):4413-22. PMID: 16977319; PMCID: PMC1589985.
      34. Yu S, Satoh A, Pypaert M, Mullen K, Hay JC, Ferro-Novick S. mBet3p is required for homotypic COPII vesicle tethering in mammalian cells. J Cell Biol. 2006 Jul 31; 174(3):359-68. PMID: 16880271; PMCID: PMC2064232.
      35. De Craene JO, Coleman J, Estrada de Martin P, Pypaert M, Anderson S, Yates JR, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Rtn1p is involved in structuring the cortical endoplasmic reticulum. Mol Biol Cell. 2006 Jul; 17(7):3009-20. PMID: 16624861; PMCID: PMC1483037.
      36. Estrada de Martin P, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. The organization, structure, and inheritance of the ER in higher and lower eukaryotes. Biochem Cell Biol. 2005 Dec; 83(6):752-61. PMID: 16333327.
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      37. Cai H, Zhang Y, Pypaert M, Walker L, Ferro-Novick S. Mutants in trs120 disrupt traffic from the early endosome to the late Golgi. J Cell Biol. 2005 Dec 05; 171(5):823-33. PMID: 16314430; PMCID: PMC2171297.
      38. Estrada de Martin P, Du Y, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Ice2p is important for the distribution and structure of the cortical ER network in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Cell Sci. 2005 Jan 01; 118(Pt 1):65-77. PMID: 15585575.
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      39. Wiederkehr A, De Craene JO, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Functional specialization within a vesicle tethering complex: bypass of a subset of exocyst deletion mutants by Sec1p or Sec4p. J Cell Biol. 2004 Dec 06; 167(5):875-87. PMID: 15583030; PMCID: PMC2172455.
      40. Du Y, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Dynamics and inheritance of the endoplasmic reticulum. J Cell Sci. 2004 Jun 15; 117(Pt 14):2871-8. PMID: 15197242.
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      41. Estrada P, Kim J, Coleman J, Walker L, Dunn B, Takizawa P, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Myo4p and She3p are required for cortical ER inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Cell Biol. 2003 Dec 22; 163(6):1255-66. PMID: 14691136; PMCID: PMC2173705.
      42. Wiederkehr A, Du Y, Pypaert M, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Sec3p is needed for the spatial regulation of secretion and for the inheritance of the cortical endoplasmic reticulum. Mol Biol Cell. 2003 Dec; 14(12):4770-82. PMID: 12960429; PMCID: PMC284782.
      43. Barrowman J, Wang W, Zhang Y, Ferro-Novick S. The Yip1p.Yif1p complex is required for the fusion competence of endoplasmic reticulum-derived vesicles. J Biol Chem. 2003 May 30; 278(22):19878-84. PMID: 12657649.
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      44. Wang W, Ferro-Novick S. A Ypt32p exchange factor is a putative effector of Ypt1p. Mol Biol Cell. 2002 Sep; 13(9):3336-43. PMID: 12221137; PMCID: PMC124163.
      45. Kim DW, Massey T, Sacher M, Pypaert M, Ferro-Novick S. Sgf1p, a new component of the Sec34p/Sec35p complex. Traffic. 2001 Nov; 2(11):820-30. PMID: 11733049.
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      46. Du Y, Pypaert M, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Aux1p/Swa2p is required for cortical endoplasmic reticulum inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Sep; 12(9):2614-28. PMID: 11553703; PMCID: PMC59699.
      47. Sacher M, Barrowman J, Wang W, Horecka J, Zhang Y, Pypaert M, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPP I implicated in the specificity of tethering in ER-to-Golgi transport. Mol Cell. 2001 Feb; 7(2):433-42. PMID: 11239471.
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      48. Sacher M, Ferro-Novick S. Purification of TRAPP from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and identification of its mammalian counterpart. Methods Enzymol. 2001; 329:234-41. PMID: 11210539.
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      49. Wang W, Sacher M, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPP stimulates guanine nucleotide exchange on Ypt1p. J Cell Biol. 2000 Oct 16; 151(2):289-96. PMID: 11038176; PMCID: PMC2192651.
      50. Guo W, Sacher M, Barrowman J, Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. Protein complexes in transport vesicle targeting. Trends Cell Biol. 2000 Jun; 10(6):251-5. PMID: 10802541.
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      51. Barrowman J, Sacher M, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPP stably associates with the Golgi and is required for vesicle docking. EMBO J. 2000 Mar 01; 19(5):862-9. PMID: 10698928; PMCID: PMC305626.
      52. Sacher M, Barrowman J, Schieltz D, Yates JR, Ferro-Novick S. Identification and characterization of five new subunits of TRAPP. Eur J Cell Biol. 2000 Feb; 79(2):71-80. PMID: 10727015.
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      53. Kim DW, Sacher M, Scarpa A, Quinn AM, Ferro-Novick S. High-copy suppressor analysis reveals a physical interaction between Sec34p and Sec35p, a protein implicated in vesicle docking. Mol Biol Cell. 1999 Oct; 10(10):3317-29. PMID: 10512869; PMCID: PMC25597.
      54. Singer-Krüger B, Nemoto Y, Daniell L, Ferro-Novick S, De Camilli P. Synaptojanin family members are implicated in endocytic membrane traffic in yeast. J Cell Sci. 1998 Nov; 111 ( Pt 22):3347-56. PMID: 9788876.
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      55. Kaiser C, Ferro-Novick S. Transport from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 1998 Aug; 10(4):477-82. PMID: 9719868.
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      56. Jiang Y, Scarpa A, Zhang L, Stone S, Feliciano E, Ferro-Novick S. A high copy suppressor screen reveals genetic interactions between BET3 and a new gene. Evidence for a novel complex in ER-to-Golgi transport. Genetics. 1998 Jun; 149(2):833-41. PMID: 9611195; PMCID: PMC1460158.
      57. Abeliovich H, Grote E, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. Tlg2p, a yeast syntaxin homolog that resides on the Golgi and endocytic structures. J Biol Chem. 1998 May 08; 273(19):11719-27. PMID: 9565594.
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      58. Sacher M, Jiang Y, Barrowman J, Scarpa A, Burston J, Zhang L, Schieltz D, Yates JR, Abeliovich H, Ferro-Novick S. TRAPP, a highly conserved novel complex on the cis-Golgi that mediates vesicle docking and fusion. EMBO J. 1998 May 01; 17(9):2494-503. PMID: 9564032; PMCID: PMC1170591.
      59. Singer-Krüger B, Ferro-Novick S. Use of a synthetic lethal screen to identify yeast mutants impaired in endocytosis, vacuolar protein sorting and the organization of the cytoskeleton. Eur J Cell Biol. 1997 Dec; 74(4):365-75. PMID: 9438133.
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      60. Sacher M, Stone S, Ferro-Novick S. The synaptobrevin-related domains of Bos1p and Sec22p bind to the syntaxin-like region of Sed5p. J Biol Chem. 1997 Jul 04; 272(27):17134-8. PMID: 9202032.
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      61. Stone S, Sacher M, Mao Y, Carr C, Lyons P, Quinn AM, Ferro-Novick S. Bet1p activates the v-SNARE Bos1p. Mol Biol Cell. 1997 Jul; 8(7):1175-81. PMID: 9243499; PMCID: PMC276144.
      62. Rossi G, Kolstad K, Stone S, Palluault F, Ferro-Novick S. BET3 encodes a novel hydrophilic protein that acts in conjunction with yeast SNAREs. Mol Biol Cell. 1995 Dec; 6(12):1769-80. PMID: 8590804; PMCID: PMC301331.
      63. Jiang Y, Proteau P, Poulter D, Ferro-Novick S. BTS1 encodes a geranylgeranyl diphosphate synthase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Biol Chem. 1995 Sep 15; 270(37):21793-9. PMID: 7665600.
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      64. Simons JF, Ferro-Novick S, Rose MD, Helenius A. BiP/Kar2p serves as a molecular chaperone during carboxypeptidase Y folding in yeast. J Cell Biol. 1995 Jul; 130(1):41-9. PMID: 7790376; PMCID: PMC2120506.
      65. Jiang Y, Sacher M, Singer-Krüger B, Lian JP, Stone S, Ferro-Novick S. Factors mediating the late stages of ER-to-Golgi transport in yeast. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1995; 60:119-26. PMID: 8824384.
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      66. Jiang Y, Rossi G, Ferro-Novick S. Characterization of yeast type-II geranylgeranyltransferase. Methods Enzymol. 1995; 257:21-9. PMID: 8583924.
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      67. Lian JP, Stone S, Jiang Y, Lyons P, Ferro-Novick S. Ypt1p implicated in v-SNARE activation. Nature. 1994 Dec 15; 372(6507):698-701. PMID: 7990964.
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      68. Ferro-Novick S, Jahn R. Vesicle fusion from yeast to man. Nature. 1994 Jul 21; 370(6486):191-3. PMID: 8028665.
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      69. Jiang Y, Ferro-Novick S. Identification of yeast component A: reconstitution of the geranylgeranyltransferase that modifies Ypt1p and Sec4p. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 May 10; 91(10):4377-81. PMID: 8183917; PMCID: PMC43788.
      70. Jiang Y, Rossi G, Ferro-Novick S. Bet2p and Mad2p are components of a prenyltransferase that adds geranylgeranyl onto Ypt1p and Sec4p. Nature. 1993 Nov 04; 366(6450):84-6. PMID: 8232542.
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      71. Lian JP, Ferro-Novick S. Bos1p, an integral membrane protein of the endoplasmic reticulum to Golgi transport vesicles, is required for their fusion competence. Cell. 1993 May 21; 73(4):735-45. PMID: 8500167.
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      72. Ferro-Novick S, Novick P. The role of GTP-binding proteins in transport along the exocytic pathway. Annu Rev Cell Biol. 1993; 9:575-99. PMID: 8280472.
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      73. Newman AP, Groesch ME, Ferro-Novick S. Bos1p, a membrane protein required for ER to Golgi transport in yeast, co-purifies with the carrier vesicles and with Bet1p and the ER membrane. EMBO J. 1992 Oct; 11(10):3609-17. PMID: 1396561; PMCID: PMC556820.
      74. Newman AP, Graf J, Mancini P, Rossi G, Lian JP, Ferro-Novick S. SEC22 and SLY2 are identical. Mol Cell Biol. 1992 Aug; 12(8):3663-4. PMID: 1445580; PMCID: PMC364633.
      75. Groesch ME, Rossi G, Ferro-Novick S. Reconstitution of endoplasmic reticulum to Golgi transport in yeast: in vitro assay to characterize secretory mutants and functional transport vesicles. Methods Enzymol. 1992; 219:137-52. PMID: 1487987.
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      76. Kohl NE, Diehl RE, Schaber MD, Rands E, Soderman DD, He B, Moores SL, Pompliano DL, Ferro-Novick S, Powers S. Structural homology among mammalian and Saccharomyces cerevisiae isoprenyl-protein transferases. J Biol Chem. 1991 Oct 05; 266(28):18884-8. PMID: 1918005.
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      77. Ferro-Novick S, Newman AP, Groesch M, Ruohola H, Rossi G, Graf J, Shim J. An analysis of BET1, BET2, and BOS1. Three factors mediating ER to Golgi transport in yeast. Cell Biophys. 1991 Oct-Dec; 19(1-3):25-33. PMID: 1726885.
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      78. Rossi G, Yu JA, Newman AP, Ferro-Novick S. Dependence of Ypt1 and Sec4 membrane attachment on Bet2. Nature. 1991 May 09; 351(6322):158-61. PMID: 1903184.
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      79. Shim J, Newman AP, Ferro-Novick S. The BOS1 gene encodes an essential 27-kD putative membrane protein that is required for vesicular transport from the ER to the Golgi complex in yeast. J Cell Biol. 1991 Apr; 113(1):55-64. PMID: 2007627; PMCID: PMC2288912.
      80. Newman AP, Ferro-Novick S. Defining components required for transport from the ER to the Golgi complex in yeast. Bioessays. 1990 Oct; 12(10):485-91. PMID: 2082939.
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      81. Newman AP, Shim J, Ferro-Novick S. BET1, BOS1, and SEC22 are members of a group of interacting yeast genes required for transport from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi complex. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Jul; 10(7):3405-14. PMID: 2192256; PMCID: PMC360773.
      82. Groesch ME, Ruohola H, Bacon R, Rossi G, Ferro-Novick S. Isolation of a functional vesicular intermediate that mediates ER to Golgi transport in yeast. J Cell Biol. 1990 Jul; 111(1):45-53. PMID: 2195039; PMCID: PMC2116157.
      83. Bacon RA, Salminen A, Ruohola H, Novick P, Ferro-Novick S. The GTP-binding protein Ypt1 is required for transport in vitro: the Golgi apparatus is defective in ypt1 mutants. J Cell Biol. 1989 Sep; 109(3):1015-22. PMID: 2504726; PMCID: PMC2115776.
      84. Ruohola H, Kabcenell AK, Ferro-Novick S. Reconstitution of transport from the ER to the Golgi complex in yeast using microsomes and permeabilized yeast cells. Methods Cell Biol. 1989; 31:143-54. PMID: 2674624.
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      85. Ruohola H, Kabcenell AK, Ferro-Novick S. Reconstitution of protein transport from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi complex in yeast: the acceptor Golgi compartment is defective in the sec23 mutant. J Cell Biol. 1988 Oct; 107(4):1465-76. PMID: 3049622; PMCID: PMC2115264.
      86. Ruohola H, Ferro-Novick S. Sec53, a protein required for an early step in secretory protein processing and transport in yeast, interacts with the cytoplasmic surface of the endoplasmic reticulum. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1987 Dec; 84(23):8468-72. PMID: 3317409; PMCID: PMC299565.
      87. Newman AP, Ferro-Novick S. Characterization of new mutants in the early part of the yeast secretory pathway isolated by a [3H]mannose suicide selection. J Cell Biol. 1987 Oct; 105(4):1587-94. PMID: 3312234; PMCID: PMC2114650.
      88. Beckwith J, Ferro-Novick S. Genetic studies on protein export in bacteria. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol. 1986; 125:5-27. PMID: 3091324.
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      89. Ferro-Novick S, Honma M, Beckwith J. The product of gene secC is involved in the synthesis of exported proteins in E. coli. Cell. 1984 Aug; 38(1):211-7. PMID: 6088066.
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      90. Ferro-Novick S, Novick P, Field C, Schekman R. Yeast secretory mutants that block the formation of active cell surface enzymes. J Cell Biol. 1984 Jan; 98(1):35-43. PMID: 6368571; PMCID: PMC2113008.
      91. Ferro-Novick S, Hansen W, Schauer I, Schekman R. Genes required for completion of import of proteins into the endoplasmic reticulum in yeast. J Cell Biol. 1984 Jan; 98(1):44-53. PMID: 6368572; PMCID: PMC2113014.
      92. Schekman R, Esmon B, Ferro-Novick S, Field C, Novick P. Yeast secretory mutants: isolation and characterization. Methods Enzymol. 1983; 96:802-15. PMID: 6361466.
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