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1) Protein flexibility is required for vesicle
tethering at the Golgi.

Cheung, P.P., Limouse, C., Mabuchi, H. and Pfeffer, S.R. (2015) Protein
flexibility is required for vesicle tethering at the Golgi.
eLife. e12790.

2) Rab6 regulation of the kinesin family KIF1C
motor domain contributes to Golgi tethering.

Lee, P.L., Ohlson, M.B. and Pfeffer, S.R. (2015) Rab6 regulation
of the kinesin family KIF1C motor domain contributes to Golgi
tethering. eLife. 4:e06029.

3) Glycosylation inhibition reduces cholesterol accumulation in NPC1-deficient cells.

Li, J., Deffieu, M.S., Lee, P.L., Saha, P. and Pfeffer, S.R. (2015) Glycosylation
inhibition reduces cholesterol accumulation in NPC1-deficient cells. Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci. USA in press.

4) Golgi-associated RhoBTB3 targets Cyclin E for
ubiquitylation and promotes cell cycle progression

Lu, A., and Pfeffer, S.R. (2013) Golgi-associated RhoBTB3 controls cyclin E ubiquitylation and S-phase cell cycle progression. J. Cell Biol 203:233-250.