Vesicle accumulation and exocytosis at sites of plasma membrane disruption

@article{Miyake1995VesicleAA,
  title={Vesicle accumulation and exocytosis at sites of plasma membrane disruption},
  author={Katsuya Miyake and P L Mcneil},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={131},
  pages={1737 - 1745}
}
Plasma membrane disruptions are resealed by an active molecular mechanism thought to be composed, in part, of kinesin, CaM kinase, snap-25, and synaptobrevin. We have used HRP to mark the cytoplasmic site of a mechanically induced plasma membrane disruption. Transmission electron microscopy revealed that vesicles of a variety of sizes rapidly (s) accumulate in large numbers within the cytoplasm surrounding the disruption site and that microvilli-like surface projections overlie this region… CONTINUE READING

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