Peggy J. Weidman, Ph.D

1999-2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Duluth, MN, United States 
Golgi transport, ARF
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Bennett M. Shapiro grad student 1986 University of Washington (Cell Biology Tree)
 (Purification and characterization of proteoliaisin, a coordinating protein in fertilization envelope assembly.)
James E. Rothman post-doc Princeton (Cell Biology Tree)
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Pullikuth AK, Weidman PJ. (2002) In vitro transport on cis and trans sides of the Golgi involves two distinct types of coatomer and ADP-ribosylation factor-independent transport intermediates. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277: 50355-64
Happe S, Cairns M, Roth R, et al. (2000) Coatomer vesicles are not required for inhibition of Golgi transport by G-protein activators. Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark). 1: 342-53
Happe S, Weidman P. (1998) Cell-free transport to distinct Golgi cisternae is compartment specific and ARF independent Journal of Cell Biology. 140: 511-523
Mironov AA, Weidman P, Luini A. (1997) Variations on the intracellular transport theme: Maturing cisternae and trafficking tubules Journal of Cell Biology. 138: 481-484
Happe S, Weidman P. (1997) A role for arf as a negative regulator: Comparative analysis of cell free transport to early and late golgi compartments Faseb Journal. 11: A931
Weidman PJ. (1995) Anterograde transport through the Golgi complex: do Golgi tubules hold the key? Trends in Cell Biology. 5: 302-305
Weidman PJ. (1995) Correction: Anterograde transport through the Golgi complex: Do Golgi tubules hold the key? (Trends in Cell Biology (1995) 5 (302-305)) Trends in Cell Biology. 5: 408
Taylor TC, Kanstein M, Weidman P, et al. (1994) Cytosolic ARFs are required for vesicle formation but not for cell-free intra-Golgi transport: Evidence for coated vesicle-independent transport Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5: 237-252
Weidman PJ, Winter WM. (1994) The G protein-activating peptide, mastoparan, and the synthetic NH2-terminal ARF peptide, ARFp13, inhibit in vitro Golgi transport by irreversibly damaging membranes. The Journal of Cell Biology. 127: 1815-27
Weidman P, Roth R, Heuser J. (1993) Golgi membrane dynamics imaged by freeze-etch electron microscopy: Views of different membrane coatings involved in tabulation versus vesiculation Cell. 75: 123-133
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