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amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Overview page. Subjects: Genetics and Genomics — Medicine and Health.

A disease in humans resulting from the degeneration of motor neurons in the lateral columns of the spinal cord. The disease begins with an asymmetric weakness in the limbs and progresses to...

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cellubrevin

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A synaptobrevin homologue that is involved in membrane traffic as part of a constitutively recycling pathway. With VAMP proteins, it is a component of the machinery controlling docking and...

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complexins

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A family of proteins involved in regulating exocytosis, particularly the release of neurotransmitter at synapses. Complexin-1 (synaphin-2, 134 aa) binds to the SNARE core complex (SNAP25,...

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sinaptobrevin

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a variant spelling of synaptobrevin.

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SNARE

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Any of a family of proteins that facilitate fusion between intracellular transport vesicles and the plasma membrane (or other target membrane) and are essential for secretion of cellular...

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tetanus toxin

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A substance that blocks the action of glycine on alpha motor neurons, causing convulsions. Compare picrotoxin, strychnine.

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VAMP

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abbr. for vesicle‐associated membrane protein (i.e. synaptobrevin).

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