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Introduction to SNARE Proteins

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We discuss the SNARE proteins involved in the docking of synaptic vesicles and in the release of neurotransmitter in response to a rise in intracellular calcium.
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Mikrak Chisim Sangma (5 months ago)
what do you mean by doct?
Partha Dutta (5 months ago)
He said "docked" not the doct. Synaptic vesicles docked at active zone before neurotransmitter gets released with the help of Ca2+.
rohit kumar (7 months ago)
nice explanation ...thanku very much .....keep going
Gemma Marie Sawchuk (9 months ago)
Thanks! This is saving me for an exam :')
anie thaliath (9 months ago)
Mandy Jane Abbott (1 year ago)
This was so helpful, thank you so much!
Helmand Khan (1 year ago)
Well done boy
Hoang-Thi Morselli (1 year ago)
thank you so much!
Tinka george william (1 year ago)
This came in my neurophysiology progressive exam. I had no clue.. but now that Iv found this video. I hope it comes back in my summertive.
sanecia daley (1 year ago)
thanks alot. this was very helpful.
berryboy (1 year ago)
MsLevi178 (1 year ago)
This is amazing! Thank you so much :)
Imène MEZIOUD (1 year ago)
thank u that's really helped me
Dinesh Kumar AB (1 year ago)
amazing video dude, thanks
Leyden Alfaro (1 year ago)
Sophie Marsh (1 year ago)
This is really helping me understand the topic, thank you! Can I ask where your sources are from?
Random Dude (1 year ago)
Yeah I was looking for those. Looks like we both had to lie about our references, Lol.
Jason Lunden (1 year ago)
Cool. Are you a grad student, postdoc or assistant professor? I'm a postdoc, BTW.
alyaa al-maimani (1 year ago)
Thank you so much
Mario Barrera (1 year ago)
really good explanation!! helped a lot :D thank you so much! ^^ (just a note, NSF stands for N-ethylmaleimide sensitive factor... so not soluble, but sensitive. This is because they discovered this mechanism thanks to it being messed up by N-ethylmaleimide. Anyway, not an important detail at all. Really good video!)
Tehmina Faizi Shaikh (1 year ago)
Well explained....Thank you so much
Fatima Sultan (2 years ago)
Thanks a lot that really helped me.
M (2 years ago)
Am I the only one hearing the high pitched beep through the whole video? It hurts! Otherwise good video :P
Manush Oganyan (2 years ago)
Thank youuuu soooo much!
Sherry Yeung (2 years ago)
I've read textbooks and papers on this- didn't get it. Watched this once- got it all. Thanks for this!
Stephanie Pelayo (2 years ago)
I am forever in your debt, thank you.
Olivia Moshier (2 years ago)
M Trzil (2 years ago)
Thank you very much for the video! Your illustrations and explanations definitely helped me better understand the material for my class.
邹达 (2 years ago)
Thx! Amazing stuff
Sibel Akyuz (2 years ago)
very good expanation! thnx
Samantha Gonah (2 years ago)
I wonder why you only have 84 likes. Your video was very good. Well explained. Thanks a million
Enya Xu (2 years ago)
Very well explained, thank you very much. PS: NSF, S stands for sensitive.
Chaza Ismail (2 years ago)
thanks for saving my exam
NSF = N-Ethylmaleimide sensitive fusion
Hanni Schoniger (3 years ago)
Just as a side note, you never mentioned complexin, which is an important protein to this process.
IWAC2013 (3 years ago)
I'm imagining Harry Potter teaching cell biology hahaha
First aid (2 years ago)
+IWAC2013 thats racist
MrGuitar995 (3 years ago)
NSF actually stands for N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive-factor However, great video :)
carole02 (3 years ago)
Clear explanation! Thank you so much :)
Gav Wiz (3 years ago)
GREAT video!  Thank you!

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