The vesicular ATPase: a missing link between acidification and exocytosis.

Wang, D. and Hiesinger, P.R.— 2013

The vesicular adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) acidifies intracellular compartments, including synaptic vesicles and secretory granules. A controversy about a second function of this ATPase in exocytosis has been fuelled by questions about multiple putative roles of acidification in the exocytic process. Now, Poëa-Guyon et al. (2013. J. Cell Biol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1083/jcb.201303104) present new evidence that the vesicular ATPase performs separate acidification and exocytosis roles and propose a mechanism for how these two functions are causally linked.

TitelThe vesicular ATPase: a missing link between acidification and exocytosis.
VerfasserWang, D. and Hiesinger, P.R.
VerlagRockefeller University Press
Datum20131028
Kennungdoi: 10.1083/jcb.201309130
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Erschienen inJ. Cell Biol. 203(2): 171-3
Spracheeng
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