mSYD1A, a Mammalian Synapse-Defective-1 Protein, Regulates Synaptogenic Signaling and Vesicle Docking

@article{Wentzel2013mSYD1AAM,
  title={mSYD1A, a Mammalian Synapse-Defective-1 Protein, Regulates Synaptogenic Signaling and Vesicle Docking},
  author={Corinna Wentzel and Julia E. Sommer and Ramya Nair and Adeline Stiefvater and Jean-Baptiste Sibarita and Peter Scheiffele},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2013},
  volume={78},
  pages={1012-1023}
}
Structure and function of presynaptic terminals are critical for the transmission and processing of neuronal signals. Trans-synaptic signaling systems instruct the differentiation and function of presynaptic release sites, but their downstream mediators are only beginning to be understood. Here, we identify the intracellular mSYD1A (mouse Synapse-Defective-1A) as a regulator of presynaptic function in mice. mSYD1A forms a complex with presynaptic receptor tyrosine phosphatases and controls… CONTINUE READING
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