Membrane trafficking in neurons.


Neurons possess an unusually extensive Golgi apparatus and exhibit a variety of active endocytic-like processes. The Golgi apparatus and the endocytic phenomena both contribute, probably in multiple overlapping ways, to the genesis and fate of the membrane systems in axons and terminals. 


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@article{Holtzman1992MembraneTI, title={Membrane trafficking in neurons.}, author={E. Phoebe Holtzman}, journal={Current opinion in neurobiology}, year={1992}, volume={2 5}, pages={607-12} }