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Term:postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle
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Definition:The process during which neurotransmitter receptors in the postsynaptic specialization membrane are recycled via the endosome. This cycle includes release from anchoring (trapping), diffusion in the synaptic membrane to the postsynaptic endocytic region, endocytosis, transport to the endosome, recycling in the endosome, transport back the synaptic membrane and subsequent trapping in the postsynaptic specialization membrane.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Nsg1 neuronal vesicle trafficking associated 1 JBrowse link NW_004955514 5,273,810 5,294,925 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 14516
    localization 6037
      establishment of localization 4797
        establishment of protein localization 2022
          protein transport 1910
            neurotransmitter receptor transport 48
              neurotransmitter receptor cycle 1
                postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle 1
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  biological_process 14516
    localization 6037
      establishment of localization 4797
        transport 4677
          nitrogen compound transport 2264
            amide transport 1976
              peptide transport 1947
                protein transport 1910
                  neurotransmitter receptor transport 48
                    neurotransmitter receptor cycle 1
                      postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle 1
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