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How are synaptic vesicles brought to the synapse?
I'm reading about how synaptobrevin is used to identify synaptic vesicles for tethering near the synaptic cleft. Since neurons have a synapse and dendrites, I'd like to know how exactly the vesicles ...
Aug 4 '12 at 12:07
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