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Kelly & David Kydd traveler29 at cgo.wave.ca
Fri Nov 28 23:13:39 EST 1997


As far as I know, calmodulin doesn't have any direct effect on synaptic vesicle "docking". The main
proteins involved are:synaptophysin, synaptoporin, synaptotagmins (p65..which may be a calcium
receptor), synaptobrevins (VAMPs), SCAMPs, syntaxin, the 4 isoforms of synapsins, and some GTP
binding proteins (including ras).

Of course, there are probably hundreds of others unknown, so never say never. A good brief review of
this is in the new edition of Greenfield's Neuropathology.

David Kydd

Jan Herzhoff wrote in message <347608A3.7074C413 at cww.de>...
>Dear all!
>I would like to know if Calmodulin influences the synaptic vesicle
>proteins moving to the presynaptical membran and if it is the reason for
>the neurotransmitter release.
>Thank you very much,
>Jan Herzhoff

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