Single granule pH cycling in antigen-induced mast cell secretion.

@article{Williams2000SingleGP,
  title={Single granule pH cycling in antigen-induced mast cell secretion.},
  author={Rebecca M. E. Williams and Watt W. Webb},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2000},
  volume={113 Pt 21},
  pages={3839-50}
}
The pH cycling of individual granules in secreting (serotonin-loaded) mast cells is quantitatively examined using multicolor multiphoton fluorescence microscopy. A typical exocytosis event consists of maximal calcium rise at time zero, granule alkalization a few seconds later and, finally, complete contents release at a fraction of a second after alkalization. Membrane fusion is either transient, as indicated by subsequent granule reacidification, or 'full', as indicated by a granule… CONTINUE READING
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