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El Mednifico Journal
Diverse proteins catalyze membrane fusion reactions. These mediate recognition of the membranes for fusion and pull the membranes close together to destabilize the lipid/water interface and to initiate mixing of the lipids. In the nervous system, membrane fusion is vital for neuroexocytosis, neuro transmitter release and chemical synaptic transmission. Three neuronal soluble NSF (N-ethyl-maleimide-sensitive fusion protein) attachment receptor (SNARE) proteins exist, namely: (i) vesicledoi:10.18035/emj.v2i1.52 fatcat:6g4yycpafjc2pfkamcm7adeppy