Christoph J Meinrenken

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Phasic transmitter release at synapses in the mammalian CNS is regulated by local [Ca2+] transients, which control the fusion of readily releasable vesicles docked at active zones (AZs) in the presynaptic membrane. The time course and amplitude of these [Ca2+] transients critically determine the time course and amplitude of the release and thus the(More)
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