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  • adj. Of or pertaining to exocytosis

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Examples

  • We visualized complexin (cplx), a cytosolic protein that binds assembled SNARE complexes, during single exocytic events in live cells.

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  • The continuous polarized vesicle secretion in pollen tubes is essential for tip growth but the location of endo - and exocytic sub-domains remains however controversial.

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  • The results presented suggest that in normal growing pollen tubes, a net exocytic flow occurs in the flanks of the tube apex mediated by SYP124.

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  • G, et al. (2006) Plasticity induced growth of dendritic spines by exocytic trafficking from recycling endosomes.

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  • Regulated secretion requires the fusion of exocytic granules with the plasma membrane and depends on αSNAP

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  • Using genetic analysis, we identified several influences on the function of exocytic SNAREs.

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  • The yeast exocytic SNAREs consist of the synaptobrevin homologues Snc1 / 2p on the secretory vesicle and the syntaxin homologues Sso1 / 2p and SNAP25 homologue Sec9p on the plasma membrane

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  • Although fusion of secretory vesicles with the plasma membrane is important for yeast cell growth, the relationship between exocytic SNAREs and cell physiology has not been established.

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  • Synaptic vesicle glycoprotein 2B (SV2B), a regulator of synaptic vesicle exocytosis, is expressed in PKD2L1 cells, suggesting that this taste cell population transmits tastant information to gustatory afferent nerve fibers via exocytic neurotransmitter release.

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  • Under-prenylation of certain Rabs could alter exocytic pathways and secretion in a variety of cells

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