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1. Sacher,M., Jiang,Y., Barrowman,J., Scarpa,A., Burston,J., Zhang,L., Schieltz,D., Yates III,J.R., Abeliovich,H. and Ferro-Novick,S. (1998) TRAPP, a highly conserved novel complex on the cis-Golgi that mediates vesicle docking and fusion. EMBO J. 17, 2494-2503

2. Barrowman,J., Sacher,M. and Ferro-Novick,S. (2000) TRAPP stably associates with the Golgi and is required for vesicle docking. EMBO J. 19, 862-869

3. Sacher,M., Barrowman,J., Wang,W., Horecka,J., Zhang,Y., Pypaert,M. and Ferro-Novick,S. (2001) TRAPP I implicated in the specificity of tethering in ER-to-Golgi transport Mol. Cell, 7, 433-442

4. Sacher,M. (2003) Membrane traffic fuses with cartilage development FEBS Lett. 550, 1-4

5. Kim,Y.-G., Sohn,E.J., Seo,J., Lee,K.-J., Lee,H.-S., Hwang,I., Whiteway,M., Sacher,M. and Oh, B.-H (2005) Crystal structure of bet3 reveals a novel mechanism for Golgi localization of tethering factor TRAPP Nature Struct. Mol. Biol. 12, 38-45

6. Kim,M.-S., Yi,M.-J., Lee,K.-H., Wagner,J., Munger,C., Kim,Y.-G., Whiteway,M., Cygler,M., Oh,B.-H. and Sacher,M. (2005) Biochemical and crystallographic studies reveal a specific interaction between TRAPP subunits Trs33p and Bet3p Traffic, 6, 1183-1195

7. Kim,Y.-G., Raunser,S., Munger,C., Wagner,J., Song,Y.-L., Cygler,M., Walz,T., Oh,B.-H. and Sacher,M. (2006) The architecture of the multisubunit TRAPP I complex suggests a model for vesicle tethering Cell, 127, 817-830

8. Sacher,M., Kim,Y.-G., Lavie,A., Oh,B.-H. and Segev,N. (2008) The TRAPP complex: insights into its architecture and function Traffic, 9, 2032 – 2042

9. Scrivens,PJ, Shahrzad,N, Moores,A, Morin,A, Brunet,S and Sacher,M. (2009) TRAPPC2L is a novel, highly conserved TRAPP-interacting protein Traffic, 10, 724-726

10. Scrivens,P.J., Noueihed,B., Shahrzad,N., Hul,S., Brunet,S. and Sacher,M. (2011) C4orf41 and TTC-15 are mammalian TRAPP components with a role at an early stage in ER-to-Golgi trafficking Mol. Biol. Cell, 22, 2083-2093

11. Brunet,S., Noueihed,B., Shahrzad,N., Saint-Dic,D., Hasaj,B., Guan,T.-L., Moores,A., Barlowe,C. and Sacher,M. (2012) The SMS domain of Trs23p is responsible for the in vitro appearance of the TRAPP I complex in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cell. Log., 2, 28-42

12. Bögershausen,N., Shahrzad,N., Chong,J.X.,  von Kleist-Retzow,J.-C., Stanga,D.,  Li,Y.,  Bernier,F.P., Loucks,C.M., Wirth,R., Puffenberger,E.G., Hegele,R., Schreml,J., Lapointe,G., Keupp,K., Brett,C.L., Anderson,R., Hahn,A., Innes,A.M., Suchowersky,O., Mets,M.B., Nürnberg,G., McLeod,D.R., Thiele,H., Waggoner,D., Altmüller,J., Boycott,K.M., Schoser,B., Nürnberg,P., Ober,C., Heller,R., Parboosingh,J.S., Wollnik,B., Sacher,M. and Lamont,R.E. (2013) Recessive TRAPPC11 mutations cause a disease spectrum of limb girdle muscular dystrophy and myopathy with movement disorder and intellectual disability Am. J. Hum. Genet. 93, 181-190

13. Brunet,S., Shahrzad,N., Saint-Dic,D., Dutczak,H. and Sacher,M. (2013) A trs20 mutation that mimics an SEDT-causing mutation blocks selective and non-selective autophagy: a model for TRAPP III organization Traffic 14, 1091-1104

14. Milev,M., Hasaj,B., Saint-Dic,D., Snounou,S., Zhao,Q. and Sacher,M. (2015) TRAMM/TrappC12 plays a role in chromosome congression, kinetochore stability and CENP-E recruitment J. Cell Biol. 209, 221-234

15. Liang,W.C., Zhu,W., Mitsuhashi,S., Noguchi,S., Sacher,M., Ogawa,M., Shi,H.H., Jong,Y.J and Nishino,I. (2015) Congential muscular dystrophy with fatty liver and infantile-onset cataract caused by TRAPPC11 mutations: broadening of the phenotype Skeletal Muscle 5, 1-6

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