Exocytosis

Exocytosis is a process by which proteins are released from a cell into the extracellular matrix. Newly synthesized proteins are incorporated into transport vesicles within the ER lumen, and these fuse with the cis-golgi. Cisternal migration progressively moves the transport vesicles towards the trans-golgi cisternae. Here, the vesicles move to and fuse with the plasma membrane, releasing the newly synthesized protein.

Products
Literature (1)
Cat. No. Product Name / Activity
1850 Exo1
Inhibits Golgi-ER traffic; blocks exocytosis
2839 Levetiracetam
Binds SV2A; antiepileptic

Literature for Exocytosis

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