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Transcellular Nanoalignment of Synaptic Function
Biederer T, et al. Neuron 2017 - Review. PMID 29096080 Free PMC article.
At each of the brain's vast number of synapses, the presynaptic nerve terminal, synaptic cleft, and postsynaptic specialization form a transcellular unit to enable efficient transmission of information between neurons. ...
At each of the brain's vast number of synapses, the presynaptic nerve terminal, synaptic cleft, and postsynaptic specialization form …
Ultrastructure of electrical synapses: review.
Leitch B. Electron Microsc Rev 1992 - Review. PMID 1581553
The structure of gap junctions which are the morphological correlates of electrical synapses is illustrated and the ultrastructure and function of the two types of electrical synapse, rectifying and non-rectifying, described. Recent papers investigating the ultrastructure of electrical and mixed electrical-chemical synapses in invertebrates and vertebrates are reviewed. ...
The structure of gap junctions which are the morphological correlates of electrical synapses is illustrated and the ultrastructure
[Why so many synapses?].
Ferrús A. Rev Neurol 2002 - Review. PMID 12389154 Spanish. Free article.
Similarly, the loss of perception sensitivity to a given odorant correlates with a loss of sensory synapses in selected neurons. ...CONCLUSIONS: It seems reasonable to assume that the postsynaptic effects in the case of N versus N synapses should be different. ...
Similarly, the loss of perception sensitivity to a given odorant correlates with a loss of sensory synapses in selected neurons. ...C …
Resolving presynaptic structure by electron tomography
Perkins GA, et al. Synapse 2015 - Review. PMID 25683026 Free PMC article.
Indeed, the original descriptions of synapses in the 1950s were lent credence by the presence of spherical vesicles in presynaptic terminals that were considered to be the substrate for quantal neurotransmission. ...These advances demand higher resolution structural images of synapses. During the 1990s a second renaissance in cell biology driven by EM was fueled by improved techniques for electron tomography (ET) with the ability to compute virtual images with nm resolution between image planes. ...
Indeed, the original descriptions of synapses in the 1950s were lent credence by the presence of spherical vesicles in presynaptic te …
Regulation of synaptic architecture and synaptic vesicle pools by Nervous wreck at Drosophila Type 1b glutamatergic synapses.
Hur JH, et al. Exp Mol Med 2018. PMID 29568072 Free PMC article.
Nervous wreck (Nwk), a protein that is present at Type 1 glutamatergic synapses that contains an SH3 domain and an FCH motif, is a Drosophila homolog of the human srGAP3/MEGAP protein, which is associated with mental retardation. ...
Nervous wreck (Nwk), a protein that is present at Type 1 glutamatergic synapses that contains an SH3 domain and an FCH motif, is a Dr …
Structure, Distribution, and Function of Neuronal/Synaptic Spinules and Related Invaginating Projections
Petralia RS, et al. Neuromolecular Med 2015 - Review. PMID 26007200 Free PMC article.
Neurons and especially their synapses often project long thin processes that can invaginate neighboring neuronal or glial cells. ...Spinules seem to be most prevalent at large very active synapses. Here, we present a comprehensive review of all kinds of invaginating projections associated with both neurons in general and more specifically with synapses; we describe them in all animals including simple, basal metazoans. ...
Neurons and especially their synapses often project long thin processes that can invaginate neighboring neuronal or glial cells. ...S …
[Stimulation-induced changes in the ultrastructure of the synapses in the hippocampus by post-tetanic potentiation].
Wenzel J, et al. J Hirnforsch 1985. PMID 3003186 German.
By quantitative electron microscopical morphometry we investigated the morphological changes in synapses of the Stratum radiatum of the hippocampal CA 3-region of rabbits (1 hour following posttetanic stimulation). ...Therefore posttetanic potentiation is characterized by various morphologic changes reflecting probably an early phase of the learning process with transient effects on the ultrastructure of the synapses....
By quantitative electron microscopical morphometry we investigated the morphological changes in synapses of the Stratum radiatum of t …
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