Extrusion of transmitter, water and ions generates forces to close fusion pore.

Abstract

During exocytosis the fusion pore opens rapidly, then dilates gradually, and may subsequently close completely, but what controls its dynamics is not well understood. In this study we focus our attention on forces acting on the pore wall, and which are generated solely by the passage of transmitter, ions and water through the open fusion pore. The transport… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbamem.2009.01.018

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@article{Tajparast2009ExtrusionOT, title={Extrusion of transmitter, water and ions generates forces to close fusion pore.}, author={Mohammad Tajparast and M. I. Glavinovic}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={2009}, volume={1788 5}, pages={993-1008} }