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Synapsin I in nerve terminals: selective association with small synaptic vesicles.

Immunocytochemistry revealed that synapsin I is preferentially (and possibly exclusively) associated with small (40- to 60-nanometer) synaptic vesicles and not with large (greater than 60-nanometer) dense-core vesicles in bovine hypothalamus. These observations may explain why synapsin I is found exclusively in neurons, since small synaptic vesicles are specific to neurons whereas large dense-core vesicles in neurons may be considered the equivalent of secretory organelles in endocrine cells.[1]

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  1. Synapsin I in nerve terminals: selective association with small synaptic vesicles. Navone, F., Greengard, P., De Camilli, P. Science (1984) [Pubmed]
 
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