Study Shows Tomosyn Plays an Important Role in Learning and Memory
According to the researchers for US it was found that tomosyn
plays an important role in memory and learning.
The protein gets its name from the Japanese language //because it was initially discovered by a Japanese researcher and his team. This protein binds to syntaxin another protein which i...
Tomosyn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In biology, tomosyn
is a protein with approximately 1,100 amino acids. Two functional domains were originally identified, including one which binds to syntaxin, but recent crystallization of the yeast homolog Sro7 revealed that tomosyn
likely has three functional domains: one WD40 domain and one syntaxin-binding domain, as previously recognized, but also...
Syntaxin binding protein 5 (tomosyn) (Stxbp5)
Norway rat protein-coding gene Stxbp5. Represented by 33 ESTs from 18 cDNA libraries. ... syntaxin binding protein 5 (tomosyn
) (Stxbp5), transcript variant m, ...
CG17762 gene product from transcript CG17762-RB (tomosyn)
Fruit fly protein-coding gene tomosyn
. Represented by 74 ESTs from 11 cDNA libraries. ... UniGene Dm.12987 Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) tomosyn
. Links ...
'Friend' Protein Keeps Nerve Signals In Check
A neuroscience research team reports the protein tomosyn
appears to play a key role in regulating the release of neurotransmitters in the synapse, suggesting a role ...
Tomosyn binds t-SNARE proteins via a VAMP-like coiled coil.: Rigel ...
Rigel discovers and develops novel, small-molecule drugs for the treatment of inflammatory/autoimmune diseases and cancer, as well as viral and metabolic diseases.
Structural Basis for the Inhibitory Role of Tomosyn in Exocytosis*
aptobrevin cannot displace the tomosyn
helix from the ... tomosyn
, which itself cannot support vesicle fusion because it ... that allows tomosyn
to form a ...