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Complexins Regulate a Late Step in Ca 2 1-Dependent Neurotransmitter Release cellular

@inproceedings{Reim2001ComplexinsRA,
  title={Complexins Regulate a Late Step in Ca 2 1-Dependent Neurotransmitter Release cellular},
  author={K. Reim and F. Varoqueaux and H. McMahon and T. S{\"u}dhof and N. Brose},
  year={2001}
}
Munc13-1 functions as an essential synaptic vesicle priming factor (Brose et al., 2000). Vesicle fusion, on the Abteilung Membranbiophysik Am Faßberg 11 other hand, is thought to be mediated by the concerted action of the synaptic vesicle protein Synaptobrevin/ D-37077 Gö ttingen Bundesrepublik Deutschland VAMP (vesicle associated membrane protein) and the two synaptic plasma membrane proteins Syntaxin and SNAP25 (synaptosomal associated protein of 25 kDa). These proteins form a… Expand

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