How Does a Vesicle Know It Is Full?

  title={How Does a Vesicle Know It Is Full?},
  author={James Williams},
crease the quantal size. L-(2)-vesamicol inhibits cholin‘‘Quanta’’ is a term for the fundamental units of neuroergic vesicle filling in a stereoselective manner. Origitransmitter release at synapses. The term was used by nally isolated based on its neuromuscular blocking Katz and colleagues to describe the spontaneous reactivity, vesamicol is now known to be an allosteric, lease of neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular junction noncompetitive inhibitor of the VAChT (Parsons et al., (NMJ… CONTINUE READING


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