Antidiuretic hormone and exocytosis: lessons from neurosecretion.

@article{Hays1994AntidiureticHA,
  title={Antidiuretic hormone and exocytosis: lessons from neurosecretion.},
  author={Richard M. Hays and Nicholas Franki and Herold Simon and Yang Jun Gao},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={267 6 Pt 1},
  pages={C1507-24}
}
Many cells, both single and epithelial, are programmed for exocytosis. In most cases, the contents of cytoplasmic vesicles are delivered rapidly and directly to the extracellular fluid. The process has been intensively studied in the chromaffin cell and the nerve terminal, where, as in other cells, exocytosis is under a complex type of cytoskeletal control. An array of vesicle-associated proteins mediates attachment of the vesicles to the cytoskeleton, their release, and their fusion with the… CONTINUE READING

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