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Proteomic experiments have produced a draft profile of the overall molecular composition of the mammalian neuronal synapse. It appears that synapses have over 1000 protein components and the mapping of their interactions, organization and functions will lead to a global view of the role of synapses in physiology and disease. A major functional subcomponent(More)
Allergic diseases, which have reached epidemic proportions, are caused by inappropriate immune responses to a relatively small number of environmental proteins. The molecular basis for the propensity of specific proteins to promote maladaptive, allergic responses has been difficult to define. Recent data suggest that the ability of such proteins to promote(More)
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