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    1. Cockcroft, S
      Phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins couple lipid transport to phosphoinositide synthesis

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    2. Nakase, Y; Nakamura, T; Hirata, A; Routt, SM; Skinner, HB; Bankaitis, VA; Shimoda, C
      The Schizosaccharomyces pombe spo20(+) gene encoding a homologue of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Sec14 plays an important role in forespore membrane formation

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    3. Monks, DE; Aghoram, K; Courtney, PD; DeWald, DB; Dewey, RE
      Hyperosmotic stress induces the rapid phosphorylation of a soybean phosphatidylinositol transfer protein homolog through activation of the protein kinases SPK1 and SPK2

      PLANT CELL
    4. Furie, B; Furie, BC; Flaumenhaft, R
      A journey with platelet P-selectin: The molecular basis of granule secretion, signalling and cell adhesion

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    5. Pinxteren, JA; Gomperts, BD; Rogers, D; Phillips, SE; Tatham, PER; Thomas, GMH
      Phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins and protein kinase C make separate but non-interacting contributions to the phosphorylation state necessary for secretory competence in rat mast cells

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    6. Yoshioka, A; Shirakawa, R; Nishioka, H; Tabuchi, A; Higashi, T; Ozaki, H; Yamamoto, A; Kita, T; Horiuchi, H
      Identification of protein kinase C alpha as an essential, but not sufficient, cytosolic factor for Ca2+-induced alpha- and dense-core granule secretion in platelets

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Akagi, K; Nagao, T; Urushidani, T
      Reconstitution of acid secretion in digitonin-permeabilized rabbit gastricglands - Identification of cytosolic regulatory factors

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Rozenvayn, N; Flaumenhaft, R
      Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate mediates Ca2+-induced platelet alpha-granule secretion - Evidence for type II phosphatidylinositol 5-phosphate 4-kinase function

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Huijbregts, RPH; Topalof, L; Bankaitis, VA
      Lipid metabolism and regulation of membrane trafficking

      TRAFFIC
    10. Li, XM; Routt, SM; Xie, ZG; Cui, XX; Fang, M; Kearns, MA; Bard, M; Kirsch, DR; Bankaitis, VA
      Identification of a novel family of nonclassic yeast phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins whose function modulates phospholipase D activity and sec14p-independent cell growth

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    11. Mayer, A; Scheglmann, D; Dove, S; Glatz, A; Wickner, W; Haas, A
      Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate regulates two steps of homotypic vacuole fusion

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    12. Way, G; O'Luanaigh, N; Cockcroft, S
      Activation of exocytosis by cross-linking of the IgE receptor is dependenton ADP-ribosylation factor 1-regulated phospholipase D in RBL-2H3 mast cells: evidence that the mechanism of activation is via regulation of phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate synthesis

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    13. Holz, RW; Hlubek, MD; Sorensen, SD; Fisher, SK; Balla, T; Ozaki, S; Prestwich, GD; Stuenkel, EL; Bittner, MA
      A pleckstrin homology domain specific for phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate (PtdIns-4,5-P-2) and fused to green fluorescent protein identifies plasma membrane PtdIns-4,5-P-2 as being important in exocytosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Phillips, SE; Sha, BD; Topalof, L; Xie, ZG; Alb, JG; Klenchin, VA; Swigart, P; Cockcroft, S; Martin, TFJ; Luo, M; Bankaitis, VA
      Yeast Sec14p deficient in phosphatidylinositol transfer activity is functional in vivo

      MOLECULAR CELL
    15. Viscardi, RM; Strauss, KA
      Developmental changes in phosphatidylinositol transfer protein concentration and phospholipid transfer activities in rat type II cells

      EXPERIMENTAL LUNG RESEARCH
    16. Zimmerberg, J; Chernomordik, LV
      Membrane fusion

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    17. Drobak, BK; Dewey, RE; Boss, WF
      Phosphoinositide kinases and the synthesis of polyphosphoinositides in higher plant cells

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 189
    18. Fullwood, Y; dos Santos, M; Hsuan, JJ
      Cloning and characterization of a novel human phosphatidylinositol transfer protein, rdgB beta

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Chen, YA; Duvvuri, V; Schulman, H; Scheller, RH
      Calmodulin and protein kinase C increase Ca2+-stimulated secretion by modulating membrane-attached exocytic machinery

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. XU T; BINZ T; NIEMANN H; NEHER E
      MULTIPLE KINETIC COMPONENTS OF EXOCYTOSIS DISTINGUISHED BY NEUROTOXINSENSITIVITY

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    21. KEARNS BG; ALB JG; BANKAITIS VA
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEINS - THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD TOPHYSIOLOGICAL-FUNCTION

      Trends in cell biology
    22. Edwards, RH
      Neurotransmitter release: Variations on a theme

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    23. Burger, MM; Schafer, T
      Regulation of intracellular membrane interactions: Recent progress in the field of neurotransmitter release

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. WIEDEMANN C; SCHAFER T; BURGER MM; SIHRA TS
      AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR A SMALL SYNAPTIC VESICLE-ASSOCIATED PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4-KINASE IN NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    25. COCKCROFT S
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEINS - A REQUIREMENT IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND VESICLE TRAFFIC

      BioEssays
    26. PADFIELD PJ; PANESAR N
      CHOLECYSTOKININ-OCTAPEPTIDE INHIBITS CA2-DEPENDENT AMYLASE SECRETION FROM PERMEABILIZED PANCREATIC ACINI BY BLOCKING THE MGATP-DEPENDENT PRIMING OF EXOCYTOSIS()

      Biochemical journal
    27. KEARNS MA; MONKS DE; FANG M; RIVAS MP; COURTNEY PD; CHEN J; PRESTWICH GD; THEIBERT AB; DEWEY RE; BANKAITIS VA
      NOVEL DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED PHOSPHOINOSITIDE BINDING-PROTEINS FROM SOYBEAN WHOSE EXPRESSION BYPASSES THE REQUIREMENT FOR AN ESSENTIAL PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN IN YEAST

      EMBO journal (Print)
    28. FANG M; RIVAS MP; BANKAITIS VA
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF LIPIDS AND LIPID-METABOLISM TO CELLULAR FUNCTIONSOF THE GOLGI-COMPLEX

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    29. XIE ZG; FANG M; RIVAS MP; FAULKNER AJ; STERNWEIS PC; ENGEBRECHT J; BANKAITIS VA
      PHOSPHOLIPASE-D ACTIVITY IS REQUIRED FOR SUPPRESSION OF YEAST PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN DEFECTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    30. GARY JD; WURMSER AE; BONANGELINO CJ; WEISMAN LS; EMR SD
      FAB1P IS ESSENTIAL FOR PTDINS(3)P 5-KINASE ACTIVITY AND THE MAINTENANCE OF VACUOLAR SIZE AND MEMBRANE HOMEOSTASIS

      The Journal of cell biology
    31. KHVOTCHEV M; SUDHOF TC
      NEWLY SYNTHESIZED PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL PHOSPHATES ARE REQUIRED FOR SYNAPTIC NOREPINEPHRINE BUT NOT GLUTAMATE OR GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID (GABA) RELEASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. GASMAN S; CHASSEROTGOLAZ S; HUBERT P; AUNIS D; BADER MF
      IDENTIFICATION OF A POTENTIAL EFFECTOR PATHWAY FOR THE TRIMERIC G(O) PROTEIN ASSOCIATED WITH SECRETORY GRANULES - G(O) STIMULATES A GRANULE-BOUND PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4-KINASE BY ACTIVATING RHOA IN CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. TROTTER PJ; WU WI; PEDRETTI J; YATES R; VOELKER DR
      A GENETIC SCREEN FOR AMINOPHOSPHOLIPID TRANSPORT MUTANTS IDENTIFIES THE PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4-KINASE, STT4P, AS AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT IN PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE METABOLISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    34. CHUNG SH; SONG WJ; KIM K; BEDNARSKI JJ; CHEN J; PRESTWICH GD; HOLZ RW
      THE C2 DOMAINS OF RABPHILIN3A SPECIFICALLY BIND PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4,5-BISPHOSPHATE CONTAINING VESICLES IN A CA2-DEPENDENT MANNER - IN-VITRO CHARACTERISTICS AND POSSIBLE SIGNIFICANCE()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    35. JONES SM; ALB JG; PHILLIPS SE; BANKAITIS VA; HOWELL KE
      A PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3-KINASE AND PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN ACT SYNERGISTICALLY IN FORMATION OF CONSTITUTIVE TRANSPORT VESICLES FROM THE TRANS-GOLGI NETWORK

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    36. LOYET KM; KOWALCHYK JA; CHAUDHARY A; CHEN J; PRESTWICH GD; MARTIN TFJ
      SPECIFIC BINDING OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4,5-BISPHOSPHATE TO CALCIUM-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR PROTEIN FOR SECRETION (CAPS), A POTENTIAL PHOSPHOINOSITIDE EFFECTOR PROTEIN FOR REGULATED EXOCYTOSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. Sugita, S; Ichtchenko, K; Khvotchev, M; Sudhof, TC
      alpha-latrotoxin receptor CIRL/latrophilin 1 (CL1) defines an unusual family of ubiquitous G-protein-linked receptors - G-protein coupling not required for triggering exocytosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. PAUL KS; BOGAN AA; WATERS MG
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN (PITP-ALPHA) STIMULATES IN-VITRO INTRA-GOLGI TRANSPORT

      FEBS letters
    39. GILLIS KD; CHOW RH
      KINETICS OF EXOCYTOSIS IN ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. MORGAN A; BURGOYNE RD
      COMMON MECHANISMS FOR REGULATED EXOCYTOSIS IN THE CHROMAFFIN CELL ANDTHE SYNAPSE

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    41. GRAHAM ME; GERKE V; BURGOYNE RD
      MODIFICATION OF ANNEXIN-II EXPRESSION IN PC12 CELL-LINES DOES NOT AFFECT CA2-DEPENDENT EXOCYTOSIS()

      Molecular biology of the cell
    42. CURRIE RA; MACLEOD BMG; DOWNES CP
      THE LIPID TRANSFER ACTIVITY OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN IS SUFFICIENT TO ACCOUNT FOR ENHANCED PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVITY IN TURKEY ERYTHROCYTE-GHOSTS

      Current biology
    43. BENNETT MK
      CA2+ AND THE REGULATION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER SECRETION

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    44. COCKCROFT S; BALL A; FENSOME A; HARA S; JONES D; PROSSER S; SWIGART P
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEINS - AN ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENT IN INOSITOL LIPID SIGNALING

      Biochemical Society transactions
    45. MARTIN TFJ; LOYET KM; BARRY VA; KOWALCHYK JA
      THE ROLE OF PTDINS(4,5)P-2 IN EXOCYTOTIC MEMBRANE-FUSION

      Biochemical Society transactions
    46. SLOAN DC; HASLAM RJ
      PROTEIN-KINASE C-DEPENDENT AND CA2-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS OF SECRETION FROM STREPTOLYSIN O-PERMEABILIZED PLATELETS - EFFECTS OF LEAKAGE OF CYTOSOLIC PROTEINS()

      Biochemical journal
    47. KULAR G; LOUBTCHENKOV M; SWIGART P; WHATMORE J; BALL A; COCKCROFT S; WETZKER R
      COOPERATION OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN WITH PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3-KINASE-GAMMA IN THE FORMYLMETHIONYL-LEUCYLPHENYLALANINE-DEPENDENT PRODUCTION OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE IN HUMAN NEUTROPHILS

      Biochemical journal
    48. WIRTZ KWA
      PHOSPHOLIPID TRANSFER PROTEINS REVISITED

      Biochemical journal
    49. PROSSER S; SARRA R; SWIGART P; BALL A; COCKCROFT S
      DELETION OF 24 AMINO-ACIDS FROM THE C-TERMINUS OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN CAUSES LOSS OF PHOSPHOLIPASE C-MEDIATED INOSITOL LIPID SIGNALING

      Biochemical journal
    50. PADFIELD PJ; PANESAR N
      MGATP ACTS BEFORE CA2+ TO PRIME AMYLASE SECRETION FROM PERMEABILIZED RAT PANCREATIC ACINI

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    51. CHANTURIYA A; CHERNOMORDIK LV; ZIMMERBERG J
      FLICKERING FUSION PORES COMPARABLE WITH INITIAL EXOCYTOTIC PORES OCCUR IN PROTEIN-FREE PHOSPHOLIPID-BILAYERS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. IBRAHIM AMA; FUNKHOUSER JD
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN IN LUNG - CELLULAR AND SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    53. MILLIGAN SC; ALB JG; ELAGINA RB; BANKAITIS VA; HYDE DR
      THE PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN DOMAIN OF DROSOPHILA RETINAL DEGENERATION B-PROTEIN IS ESSENTIAL FOR PHOTORECEPTOR CELL-SURVIVAL AND RECOVERY FROM LIGHT STIMULATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    54. HARA S; SWIGART P; JONES D; COCKCROFT S
      THE FIRST 5 AMINO-ACIDS OF THE CARBOXYL-TERMINUS OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN (PITP)-ALPHA PLAY A CRITICAL ROLE IN INOSITOL LIPID SIGNALING - TRANSFER ACTIVITY OF PITP IS ESSENTIAL BUT NOT SUFFICIENT FOR RESTORATION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-C SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. RANDAZZO PA
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION OF ADP-RIBOSYLATION FACTOR-1 WITH PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4,5-BISPHOSPHATE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. HAO WH; TAN Z; PRASAD K; REDDY KK; CHEN J; PRESTWICH GD; FALCK JR; SHEARS SB; LAFER EM
      REGULATION OF AP-3 FUNCTION BY INOSITIDES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. TUSCHER O; LORRA C; BOUMA B; WIRTZ KWA; HUTTNER WB
      COOPERATIVITY OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN AND PHOSPHOLIPASE-D IN SECRETORY VESICLE FORMATION FROM THE TGN - PHOSPHOINOSITIDES AS A COMMON DENOMINATOR

      FEBS letters
    58. COCKCROFT S
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEINS - REQUIREMENTS IN PHOSPHOLIPASE-C SIGNALING AND IN REGULATED EXOCYTOSIS

      FEBS letters
    59. NISHIKI T; SHOJIKASAI Y; SEKIGUCHI M; IWASAKI S; KUMAKURA K; TAKAHASHI M
      COMPARISON OF EXOCYTOTIC MECHANISMS BETWEEN ACETYLCHOLINE-CONTAINING AND CATECHOLAMINE-CONTAINING VESICLES IN RAT PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA CELLS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    60. LIU L; TAO JQ; LI HL; ZIMMERMAN UJP
      INHIBITION OF LUNG SURFACTANT SECRETION FROM ALVEOLAR TYPE-II CELLS AND ANNEXIN-II TETRAMER-MEDIATED MEMBRANE-FUSION BY PHENOTHIAZINES

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    61. ALB JG; KEARNS MA; BANKAITIS VA
      PHOSPHOLIPID-METABOLISM AND MEMBRANE DYNAMICS

      Current opinion in cell biology
    62. TRUDEAU LE; EMERY DG; HAYDON PG
      DIRECT MODULATION OF THE SECRETORY MACHINERY UNDERLIES PKA-DEPENDENT SYNAPTIC FACILITATION IN HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Neuron
    63. NAKAGAWA T; GOTO K; KONDO H
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A 92 KDA SOLUBLE PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL4-KINASE

      Biochemical journal
    64. FANG M; KEARNS BG; GEDVILAITE A; KAGIWADA S; KEARNS M; FUNG MKY; BANKAITIS VA
      KES1P SHARES HOMOLOGY WITH HUMAN OXYSTEROL BINDING-PROTEIN AND PARTICIPATES IN A NOVEL REGULATORY PATHWAY FOR YEAST GOLGI-DERIVED TRANSPORTVESICLE BIOGENESIS

      EMBO journal
    65. SCHIAVO G; GU QM; PRESTWICH GD; SOLLNER TH; ROTHMAN JE
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT SWITCHING OF THE SPECIFICITY OF PHOSPHOINOSITIDE BINDING TO SYNAPTOTAGMIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. AUSTIN CD; SHIELDS D
      FORMATION OF NASCENT SECRETORY VESICLES FROM THE TRANS-GOLGI NETWORK OF ENDOCRINE-CELLS IS INHIBITED BY TYROSINE KINASE AND PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS

      The Journal of cell biology
    67. LOIJENS JC; ANDERSON RA
      TYPE-I PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-4-PHOSPHATE 5-KINASES ARE DISTINCT MEMBERS OF THIS NOVEL LIPID KINASE FAMILY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. GLASER M; WANASKI S; BUSER CA; BOGUSLAVSKY V; RASHIDZADA W; MORRIS A; REBECCHI M; SCARLATA SF; RUNNELS LW; PRESTWICH GD; CHEN J; ADEREM A; AHN J; MCLAUGHLIN S
      MYRISTOYLATED ALANINE-RICH C-KINASE SUBSTRATE (MARCKS) PRODUCES REVERSIBLE INHIBITION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-C BY SEQUESTERING PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4,5-BISPHOSPHATE IN LATERAL DOMAINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. ISHIHARA H; SHIBASAKI Y; KIZUKI N; KATAGIRI H; YAZAKI Y; ASANO T; OKA Y
      CLONING OF CDNAS ENCODING 2 ISOFORMS OF 68-KDA TYPE-I PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-4-PHOSPHATE 5-KINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. TREMBLAY JM; HELMKAMP GM; YARBROUGH LR
      LIMITED PROTEOLYSIS OF RAT PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN BY TRYPSIN CLEAVES THE C-TERMINUS, ENHANCES BINDING TO LIPID VESICLES, ANDREDUCES PHOSPHOLIPID TRANSFER ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. BANERJEE A; KOWALCHYK JA; DASGUPTA BR; MARTIN TFJ
      SNAP-25 IS REQUIRED FOR A LATE POSTDOCKING STEP IN CA2-DEPENDENT EXOCYTOSIS()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. DEVRIES KJ; WESTERMAN J; BASTIAENS PIH; JOVIN TM; WIRTZ KWA; SNOEK GT
      FLUORESCENTLY LABELED PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TRANSFER PROTEIN (ISOFORM-ALPHA AND ISOFORM-BETA), MICROINJECTED INTO FETAL BOVINE HEART ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS, ARE TARGETED TO DISTINCT INTRACELLULAR SITES

      Experimental cell research
    73. SULPICE JC; MOREAU C; DEVAUX PF; ZACHOWSKI A; GIRAUD F
      ANTAGONIST EFFECTS OF CA2-BISPHOSPHATE-MEDIATED TRANSMEMBRANE REDISTRIBUTION OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN LARGE UNILAMELLAR VESICLES AND IN ERYTHROCYTES( AND SPERMINE ON PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4,5)

      Biochemistry
    74. STACK JH; HERMAN PK; DEWALD DB; MARCUSSON EG; CEREGHINO JL; HORAZDOVSKY BF; EMR SD
      NOVEL PROTEIN KINASE PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3-KINASE COMPLEX ESSENTIAL FOR RECEPTOR-MEDIATED PROTEIN SORTING TO THE VACUOLE IN YEAST/

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    75. MARTIN TFJ; HAY JC; BANERJEE A; BARRY VA; ANN K; YOM HC; PORTER BW; KOWALCHYK JA
      LATE ATP-DEPENDENT AND CA-ACTIVATED STEPS OF DENSE CORE GRANULE EXOCYTOSIS(+)

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    76. TING AE; SCHELLER RH
      INSIGHTS INTO THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF SYNAPTIC VESICLE DOCKING AND FUSION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology


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