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Nerve Tissue Proteins
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Complexin I knockout rats exhibit a complex neurobehavioral phenotype including profound ataxia and marked deficits in lifespan
Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology
Corpus ID: 209449644
Complexin I (CPLX1), a presynaptic small molecule protein, forms SNARE complex in the central nervous system involved in the…
Identification of complexin II in astrocytes: a possible regulator of glutamate release in these cells.
Biochemical and biophysical research…
Corpus ID: 205913901
Complexins are a family of SNARE complex-binding proteins which regulate neurotransmitter release by playing a crucial role in…
Distinct domains of Complexin I differentially regulate neurotransmitter release
Nature Structural &Molecular Biology
Corpus ID: 14001927
Complexins constitute a family of four synaptic high-affinity SNARE complex–binding proteins. They positively regulate a late…
Complexin I regulates glucose-induced secretion in pancreatic beta-cells.
Journal of cell science
Corpus ID: 5540424
The neuronal-specific protein complexin I (CPX I) plays an important role in controlling the Ca(2+)-dependent neurotransmitter…
Complexins Regulate a Late Step in Ca 2 1-Dependent Neurotransmitter Release cellular
Corpus ID: 10154375
Munc13-1 functions as an essential synaptic vesicle priming factor (Brose et al., 2000). Vesicle fusion, on the Abteilung…
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