Gephyrin, a major player in GABAergic postsynaptic membrane assembly?

@article{Betz1998GephyrinAM,
  title={Gephyrin, a major player in GABAergic postsynaptic membrane assembly?},
  author={Heinrich Betz},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={1},
  pages={541-543}
}
A new study shows that the glycine receptor clustering protein gephyrin is involved in postsynaptic localization of GABAA receptors, which also requires the receptor's γ2 subunit. 

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