Biochemical and functional characterization of RhoSAP: a RhoGAP of the postsynaptic density

@inproceedings{Dahl2009BiochemicalAF,
  title={Biochemical and functional characterization of RhoSAP: a RhoGAP of the postsynaptic density},
  author={J. Dahl},
  year={2009}
}
  • J. Dahl
  • Published 2009
  • Chemistry
  • Biochemical and functional characterization of RhoSAP: A Rho GAP of the postsynaptic density By Janine Dahl Ulm University Glutamatergic synapses in the central nervous system are characterized by an electron dense network of proteins underneath the postsynaptic membrane including cell adhesion molecules, cytoskeletal proteins, scaffolding and adaptor proteins, membrane bound receptors and channels, G-proteins and a wide range of different signalling modulators and effectors. This so called… CONTINUE READING
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