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compartment of the ER, called the lumen (cavity). or cisternal space, from the
cytosol. And because the ER membrane is continuous with the nuclear envelope,
the space between the two membranes of the envelope is continuous with the ...
9 lumen /or cistemal space). Rough ER which is studded on its outer surface with
ribosomes, can be distinguished from smooth ER in the electron micrograph (
TEM). Transport vesicles bud off from a region of the rough ER called transitional
As the new protein enters the ER lumen, it folds into its native ,» conforma ' - u ost
secretory pmteins are g roteins that have .391 ll'i:l' 0 .'n _nn_-Q1; , them. The
carbohydrate is attached to the protein in the ER by specialized molecules built ...
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