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Raphaël Trouillon and Andrew G. Ewing Amperometric Measurements at Cells Support a Role for Dynamin in the Dilation of the Fusion Pore during Exocytosis ChemPhysChem 14

Version of Record online: 3 JUL 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201300319

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Dynamic control of neuronal communication: Dynamin, a GTPase mechanochemical enzyme, is involved in the dilation of the fusion pore during exocytosis. It is suggested that its GTPase activity may induce the formation of a helix, facilitating the opening of the fusion nanotube.

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