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The syntaxin family of proteins in Arabidopsis: a new syntaxin homologue shows polymorphism between two ecotypes

HPC–1/Syntaxin 1A Suppresses Exocytosis of PC12 Cells

A Lesion-Mimic Syntaxin Double Mutant in Arabidopsis Reveals Novel Complexity of Pathogen Defense Signaling

A novel di-acidic motif facilitates ER export of the syntaxin SYP31

Syntaxin of Plant Proteins SYP123 and SYP132 Mediate Root Hair Tip Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana

Changes in syntaxin-1B mRNA in the nucleus accumbens of amphetamine-sensitized rats

Genetic and expression analyses reveal elevated expression of syntaxin 1A (STX1A) in high functioning autism

Tolerance to the anhedonic effects of lipopolysaccharide is associated with changes in syntaxin immunoreactivity in the nucleus accumbens

Syntaxin-1A inhibition of P-1075, cromakalim, and diazoxide actions on mouse cardiac ATP-sensitive potassium channel

Linkage of familial hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (FHL) type-4 to chromosome 6q24 and identification of mutations in syntaxin 11

Important Roles of the C-Terminal Portion of HPC-1/Syntaxin 1A in Membrane Anchoring and Intracellular Localization

The Syntaxin 5 Isoforms Syx5 and Syx5L have Distinct Effects on the Processing of β-amyloid Precursor Protein

Identification of the Carboxyl-Terminal Membrane-Anchoring Region of HPC-1/Syntaxin 1A with the Substituted-Cysteine-Accessibility Method and Monoclonal Antibodies

Regulation of munc18-1 and syntaxin-1A interactive partners in schizophrenia prefrontal cortex: down-regulation of munc18-1a isoform and 75 kDa SNARE complex after antipsychotic treatment

 

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An extensive family of integral membrane proteins that are the receptors (SNAREs) for intracellular transport vesicles. They bind synaptotagmin in a calcium-dependent fashion and interact with voltage-dependent calcium and potassium channels. Syntaxin 1 (288 aa) functions specifically in neurotransmitter release in the brain, whereas syntaxins 2, 3, and 4 have a wider tissue distribution. Syntaxin-1a and -4 preferentially interact with β- and β-*taxilin respectively. Syntaxin 5 is a Golgi-localized SNARE protein that has been shown to be required for endoplasmic reticulum–Golgi traffic. Syntaxins are the target for botulinum neurotoxin type C.

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