Recent insights on principles of synaptic protein degradation

@inproceedings{Camilli2018RecentIO,
  title={Recent insights on principles of synaptic protein degradation},
  author={Pietro De Camilli},
  year={2018}
}
Maintaining synaptic integrity and function depends on the continuous removal and degradation of aged or damaged proteins. Synaptic protein degradation has received considerable attention in the context of synaptic plasticity and growing interest in relation to neurodegenerative and other disorders. Conversely, less attention has been given to constitutive, ongoing synaptic protein degradation and the roles canonical degradation pathways play in these processes. Here we briefly review recent… CONTINUE READING

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