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Earthquake mechanisms and active tectonics of the Hellenic subduction zone

Effects of active crustal movements on thermal structure in subduction zones

Lithospheric structure of an active backarc basin: the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

Active deformation in Zagros—Makran transition zone inferred from GPS measurements

Relation between deformation and seismicity in the active fault zone of Kamchatka, Russia

Indication of high pore-fluid pressures in a seismically-active fault zone

CAST and ELKS proteins: structural and functional determinants of the presynaptic active zone

Simultaneous Analysis of Biologically Active Pyridines in Pharmaceutical Formulations by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis

Seismically active column and volcanic plumbing system beneath the island arc of the Izu-Bonin subduction zone

Diversity of active chemolithoautotrophic prokaryotes in the sulfidic zone of a Black Sea pelagic redoxcline as determined by rRNA-based stable isotope probing

Diversity of total and active free-living vs. particle-attached bacteria in the euphotic zone of the NW Mediterranean Sea

Continuous gravity recording with Scintrex CG-3M meters:a promising tool for monitoring active zones

A Drosophila model of GSS syndrome suggests defects in active zones are responsible for pathogenesis of GSS syndrome

Quantitative Proteomic Analysis Reveals Molecular Adaptations in the Hippocampal Synaptic Active Zone of Chronic Mild Stress-Unsusceptible Rats

High-dose clarithromycin is an active monotherapy for patients with relapsed/refractory extranodal marginal zone lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT): the HD-K phase II trial

The 1994 Sefidabeh earthquakes in eastern Iran: blind thrusting and bedding‐plane slip on a growing anticline, and active tectonics of the Sistan suture zone

 

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A relatively dense and thickened region of presynaptic membrane within a synapse where synaptic vesicles fuse with the membrane to release neurotransmitter from the neuron into the synaptic cleft. Active zones contain specific proteins (see SNARE), are highly structured, and appear darker than neighbouring regions on electron microscopy.

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