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The synaptic vesicle cycle loading docking priming calcium sensing fusion endocytosis translocation sorting mobilization storage
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Docking Priming Ca 2+ Fusion Vesicle reserve Pre- Vesicle pools Physically these two vesicle pools are identical since they are all docked to the plasma membrane. But only docked and primed vesicles are fusion competent. Docked but unprimed vesicle pools Docked and primed vesicle pools
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SNARE complex
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C2A C2B Synaptotagmin is the Ca 2+ sensor for synaptic vesicle exocytosis
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Dynamin Clathrin and dynamin
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Synapse History about its discovery Synapse structure The synaptic properties The neurotransmitters Presynaptic vesicle recycling Postsynaptic receptors
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Relation between single channel current and whole-cell current
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Relation between single channel current and whole-cell current
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Relation between single channel current and whole-cell current
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What happens to the neurotransmitter?
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which can be postsynaptic…
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2010 for the course BIOS 286 taught by Professor Murphy during the Fall '06 term at Ill. Chicago.

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