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The Calcium Channel C-Terminal and Synaptic Vesicle Tethering: Analysis by Immuno-Nanogold Localization
At chemical synapses the incoming action potential triggers the influx of Ca2+ through voltage-sensitive calcium channels (CaVs, typically CaV2.1 and 2.2) and the ions binds to sensors associatedExpand
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Molecular Characterization of an SV Capture Site in the Mid-Region of the Presynaptic CaV2.1 Calcium Channel C-Terminal
Neurotransmitter is released from presynaptic nerve terminals at fast-transmitting synapses by the action potential-gating of voltage dependent calcium channels (CaV), primarily of the CaV2.1 andExpand
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A central component of the N1 event-related brain potential could index the early and automatic inhibition of the actions systematically activated by objects
Stimuli of the environment, like objects, systematically activate the actions they are associated to. These activations occur extremely fast. Nevertheless, behavioural data reveal that, in mostExpand
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A Central Component of the N1 Event-Related Brain Potential Could Index the Early and Automatic Inhibition of the Actions Systematically Activated by Objects
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Stimuli of the environment, like objects, systematically activate the actions they are associated to. Expand
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Evidence for Synaptic Vesicle Binding by the C-terminal of a Short Splice CaV2.1 Calcium Channel
Action potential evoked neurotransmission is gated by Ca influx through voltage-activated calcium channels (CaVs), predominantly CaV2.1 and CaV2.2. It is generally accepted that synaptic vesiclesExpand