Endocrine secretory granules and neuronal synaptic vesicles have three integral membrane proteins in common

@article{Lowe1988EndocrineSG,
  title={Endocrine secretory granules and neuronal synaptic vesicles have three integral membrane proteins in common},
  author={Anson W. Lowe and L Madeddu and Regis B. Kelly},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1988},
  volume={106},
  pages={51 - 59}
}
In response to an external stimulus, neuronal cells release neurotransmitters from small synaptic vesicles and endocrine cells release secretory proteins from large dense core granules. Despite these differences, endocrine cells express three proteins known to be components of synaptic vesicle membranes. To determine if all three proteins, p38, p65, and SV2, are present in endocrine dense core granule membranes, monoclonal antibodies bound to beads were used to immunoisolate organelles… CONTINUE READING

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