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Vesicle Structural Changes Control Content Release of Transmitters and Hormones

  • Gianvito Arpino (a1) (a2), Wonchul Shin (a2), Oleg Shupliakov (a2) (a3) and Ling-Gang Wu (a1)
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[8]This work was supported by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Intramural Research Program (ZIA NS003009-15 and ZIA NS003105-10) to L.G.W, and by the Swedish Research Council, Hjärnfonden, Parkinsonfonden and the RSF Russian Science Foundation (project 16-15-10273) to O.S. G. A. received stipends and support from the Karolinska Institutet-NIH Doctoral Partnership Program in Neuroscience, Fernström's Stiftelse and KI travel grant. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health. OS was supported from the Swedish Research Council (project 13473), Parkinsonfonden, Hjärnfonden, and the Russian Science Foundation (project 16-15-10273).

Vesicle Structural Changes Control Content Release of Transmitters and Hormones

  • Gianvito Arpino (a1) (a2), Wonchul Shin (a2), Oleg Shupliakov (a2) (a3) and Ling-Gang Wu (a1)

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