Identification of complexin II in astrocytes: a possible regulator of glutamate release in these cells.

Abstract

Complexins are a family of SNARE complex-binding proteins which regulate neurotransmitter release by playing a crucial role in triggering fast exocytosis at the synapse. Current evidence indicates astrocytes can release glutamate via a vesicular mechanism similar to that at nerve terminals and thereby modulate synaptic activity. In addition, components of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2010.11.098

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