Itzchack Parnas

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It is widely believed that the initiation of transmitter release in fast synapses is triggered by rapid Ca2+ entry and that the termination of release is governed by removal of Ca2+ from below the release sites. We argue that, although Ca2+ is essential for release, fast-entry kinetics render Ca2+ incapable of being the limiting factor for the initiation of(More)
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