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Protein Droplets Keep Your Neurons Firing Fast

News   Aug 16, 2018 | Original Press Release from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

 
Protein Droplets Keep Your Neurons Firing Fast

In this 3-D reconstruction, synaptic vesicles (blue spheres) cluster together in a nerve terminal near the synaptic junction (red). Scale bar equals 0.4 micrometers. Credit: Pietro De Camilli Lab

 
 
 

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