Tetanic Stimulation Recruits Vesicles from Reserve Pool via a cAMP-Mediated Process in Drosophila Synapses

@article{Kuromi2000TetanicSR,
  title={Tetanic Stimulation Recruits Vesicles from Reserve Pool via a cAMP-Mediated Process in Drosophila Synapses},
  author={Hiroshi Kuromi and Yoshiaki Kidokoro},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2000},
  volume={27},
  pages={133-143}
}
At Drosophila neuromuscular junctions, there are two synaptic vesicle pools, namely the exo/endo cycling pool (ECP) and the reserve pool (RP). We studied the recruitment process from RP using a fluorescent dye, FMI-43. During high-frequency nerve stimulation, vesicles in RP were recruited for release, and endocytosed vesicles were incorporated into both pools, whereas with low-frequency stimulation, vesicles were incorporated into and released from ECP. Release of vesicles from RP was detected… CONTINUE READING
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