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2+] levels can trigger the release of PRL and other hormones from secretory vesicles, but it can also initiate signaling cascades leading to a variety of kinase activations (e.
Notably, in contrast to mammalian secretory vesicles, CV retain this fusion-competent or readily releasable state in vitro, even after isolation from the PM; CV thus serve as a unique tool with which to rigorously and quantitatively assess the fundamental molecular mechanisms underlying the docked or primed state and fast [Ca.
As noted previously, CV and other secretory vesicles show a heterogeneous response to [Ca.
On the trans face of the Golgi apparatus, numerous vesicles of variable size could be noted, which were larger than the transport vesicles and are called secretory vesicles, and which were similar in size and appearance to the uncoated vesicles found in the apical cytoplasm (Figs.
The presence of double-labeled A[beta]42 in the RER indicates that the catabolic proteolytic [beta] and [gamma] secretases are in the membrane of the RER and breakdown of the precursor protein APP occurs before the Golgi and secretory vesicles.
This motor has been shown to transport ER and synaptic vesicles in neurons, melanosomes in melanocytes, and secretory vesicles and the vacuole in yeast.
In addition, myosin V is involved in the transport of lysosomes in some cells [10], secretory vesicles in yeast [11], and melanosomes in Xenopus melanophores [12].
1992), and those involved in the formation of fusion pores between secretory vesicles and the plasma membrane (Jessell and Kandel, 1993).