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Publication : Receptor clustering: nothing succeeds like success.

First Author  Griffith Leslie C Year  2004
Journal  Curr. Biol. Volume  14
Pages  R413-5 PubMed ID  15182686
Abstract Text  By experimentally limiting the amount of receptor molecules available in a postsynaptic neuron in Drosophila, it has been shown that receptors can preferentially cluster opposite active zones with a high release probability. This asymmetry in receptor distribution can alter the apparent probability and calcium-dependence of neurotransmitter release. Doi  10.1016/j.cub.2004.05.031
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