Synapsin selectively controls the mobility of resting pool vesicles at hippocampal terminals.

@article{Orenbuch2012SynapsinSC,
  title={Synapsin selectively controls the mobility of resting pool vesicles at hippocampal terminals.},
  author={Ayelet Orenbuch and Lee Shalev and Vincenzo Marra and Isaac Sinai and Yotam Lavy and Joy Kahn and Jemima J Burden and Kevin Staras and Daniel Gitler},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 12},
  pages={3969-80}
}
Presynaptic terminals are specialized sites for information transmission where vesicles fuse with the plasma membrane and are locally recycled. Recent work has extended this classical view, with the observation that a subset of functional vesicles is dynamically shared between adjacent terminals by lateral axonal transport. Conceptually, such transport would be expected to disrupt vesicle retention around the active zone, yet terminals are characterized by a high-density vesicle cluster… CONTINUE READING
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