Axonal transport: Driving synaptic function

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Science  11 Oct 2019:
Vol. 366, Issue 6462, eaaw9997
DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw9997

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  • RE: Mistake on adaptor proteins

    Accordingly to "Cryo-EM shows how dynactin recruits two dyneins for faster movement" article, it is not as stated "BICD2 and Hook3, to recruit two dynein motors to a single dynactin complex" but BICDR1 instead.

    "We conclude that the majority of motile complexes that contain BICD2 have one dynein, whereas both BICDR1 and HOOK3 preferentially recruit two"

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