Membrane organization | GE Dharmacon

Membrane organization: A process which results in the assembly, arrangement of constituent parts, or disassembly of a membrane. A membrane is a double layer of lipid molecules that encloses all cells, and, in eukaryotes, many organelles; may be a single or double lipid bilayer; also includes associated proteins. [GOC:dph, GOC:tb]

SH3PXD2B

DOCK2

WDR19

STX5

ETV5

GNAI1

VAMP8

NFASC

PAK1

MBP

SHANK3

VAV3

USO1

FERMT2

SYNE2

CAPN3

SNAP23

AGRN

DVL1

GOSR2

TOR1A

TOR1B

MUSK

BET1

STX6

STX10

LRP4

STX11

NUP155

SUN1

ATG7

CTDNEP1

SNAP29

PMP2

CD2

THBS1

GNAI3

CHRNB1

FCGR1A

MAL

FLNA

GCA

FCER1G

GDNF

RABIF

PPT1

NAPA

AIF1

STX17

RELN

CDK5

CNTN2

MFGE8

DMPK

LRMP

BNIP1

DOCK1

GAS6

RAB39A

EEA1

RABEP1

VAMP3

GRIK5

DOK7

CCDC88A

TOR1AIP1

REEP3

BAIAP2L2

GLDN

LPCAT2

TECPR1

MAGI2

RIMS1

HACE1

NLGN1

NPLOC4

ELMO1

NRCAM

NKD2

DNAJA3

VCPIP1

SGCZ

SCLT1

SYNGAP1

CHP1

NAPG

SMO

CLEC7A

RAB34

SPTBN4

VPS33B

DCSTAMP

REEP4

SYNDIG1

OTOF

PICK1

KCNIP2

RAB20

MTCH1

VAPA

NRXN2

GULP1

VTI1B

SUN2

CNTNAP2

STAP1

WIPI2

ARFGEF2

ARFGEF1

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