Synaptic development is controlled in the periactive zones of Drosophila synapses.

@article{Sone2000SynapticDI,
  title={Synaptic development is controlled in the periactive zones of Drosophila synapses.},
  author={Masaki Sone and Emiko Suzuki and Mikio Hoshino and Dongping Hou and Hiroshi Kuromi and Masaki Fukata and Shun'ichi Kuroda and Kozo Kaibuchi and Yo-ichi Nabeshima and Chihiro Hama},
  journal={Development},
  year={2000},
  volume={127 19},
  pages={4157-68}
}
A cell-adhesion molecule fasciclin 2 (FAS2), which is required for synaptic growth and still life (SIF), an activator of RAC, were found to localize in the surrounding region of the active zone, defining the periactive zone in Drosophila neuromuscular synapses. BetaPS integrin and discs large (DLG), both involved in synaptic development, also decorated the zone. However, shibire (SHI), the Drosophila dynamin that regulates endocytosis, was found in the distinct region. Mutant analyses showed… CONTINUE READING
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