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Identification of a potential effector pathway for the trimeric G(o) protein associated with secretory granules - G(o) stimulates a granule-bound phosphatidylinositol 4 kinase by activating RhoA in chromaffin cells
Exocytosis in neuroendocrine cells
Bacterial toxins
Calcium-regulated Exocytosis in Neuroendocrine Cells: Intersectin-1L Stimulates Actin Polymerization and Exocytosis by Activating Cdc42
How important are Rho GTPases in neurosecretion?
Lipids in Regulated Exocytosis: What are They Doing?
Involvement of Rho GTPases in calcium-regulated exocytosis from adrenal chromaffin cells
Regulation of exocytosis in adrenal chromaffin cells
HIV-1 Tat protein perturbs diacylglycerol production at the plasma membrane of neurosecretory cells during exocytosis
Actine et annexine A2 : Partenaires essentiels pour le contrôle de la sécrétion neuroendocrine [= Actin and annexin A2: essential partners for the control of neuroendocrine secretion].
Trimeric G proteins control exocytosis in chromaffin cells - G(o) regulates the peripheral actin network and catecholamine secretion by a mechanism involving the small GTP-binding protein Rho
The trimeric Go protein controls cortical actin and exocytosis in chromaffin cells by a mechanism involving the small GTPase RhoA
Troubles cognitifs et infection par le VIH-1 : La protéine Tat altère la neurosécrétion [= HIV-associated cognitive disorders: tat perturbs neurosecretion]
Regulated exocytosis in neuroendocrine cells
The Coffin-Lowry syndrome-associated protein RSK2 regulates neurite outgrowth through phosphorylation of phospholipase D1 (PLD1) and synthesis of phosphatidic acid
Phosphatidic acid in neuronal development: a node for membrane and cytoskeleton rearrangements.
A Rho-related GTPase is involved in Ca2+-dependent neurotransmitter exocytosis
Coupling actin and membrane dynamics during calcium-regulated exocytosis
Selective recapture of secretory granule components after full collapse exocytosis in neuroendocrine chromaffin cells.
The heterotrimeric Gi(3) protein acts in slow but not in fast exocytosis of rat melanotrophs

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