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20 march 2019 02:01:44

 
Structural and Functional Analysis of the CAPS SNARE-Binding Domain Required for SNARE Complex Formation and Exocytosis (Cell Reports)
 




CAPS and Munc13, as major priming factors for exocytosis, play an important role in SNARE-mediated membrane fusion. Zhou et al. present the crystal structure of the DAMH domain of CAPS and reveal a molecular link between the roles of CAPS and Munc13 in SNARE complex formation.


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