Synaptic Proteins and Receptors

Synaptic Proteins are a family of neuron-specific phosphoric proteins associated with synaptic vesicles. They are present on the surface of almost all synaptic particles and bind to the cytoskeleton. They can be phosphorylated by calmodulin and camp-dependent protein kinases.Human synaptic protein A1 is composed of 705 amino acid residues, and B1 is the product of variable splicing. Presynaptic receptor is a structure between neurons, collectively known as the synapse, composed of the presynaptic membrane, synaptic gap and postsynaptic membrane. The presynaptic receptor refers to a receptor in the presynaptic membrane, which is essentially a protein

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Synaptic Proteins and Receptors

Synaptic Proteins and Receptors

Glutamate Receptors

Glutamate Receptors

IGSF4/SynCAM Family

IGSF4/SynCAM Family

Neurexins and Neuroligins

Neurexins and Neuroligins

Neurotransmitter Transporters

Neurotransmitter Transporters