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Term:
neuronal ion channel clustering (GO:0045161)
Annotations: Rat: (17) Mouse: (12) Human: (12) Chinchilla: (12) Bonobo: (12) Dog: (12) Squirrel: (12)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
neuron maturation +     
endoplasmic reticulum membrane organization +   
endoplasmic reticulum tubular network membrane organization  
Golgi vesicle bud deformation and release 
intermembrane lipid transfer +   
lysosomal membrane organization +   
membrane addition at site of cytokinesis +  
membrane assembly +   
membrane bending +   
membrane disassembly +   
membrane fission +   
membrane fusion +   
membrane invagination +   
membrane raft organization +   
membrane tubulation +   
midbody abscission  
mitochondrial membrane organization +   
multi-organism membrane organization +   
negative regulation of neuron maturation +   
neuron remodeling +   
neuronal ion channel clustering +   
The process in which voltage-gated ion channels become localized to distinct subcellular domains in the neuron. Specific targeting, clustering, and maintenance of these channels in their respective domains are essential to achieve high conduction velocities of action potential propagation.
nuclear envelope organization +   
nuclear membrane biogenesis involved in mitotic nuclear division 
nuclear membrane organization +   
phospholipid transfer to membrane  
plasma membrane organization +   
plastid membrane organization +  
positive regulation of neuron maturation +   
postsynaptic membrane organization +   
presynaptic membrane organization +   
protein insertion into membrane +   
protein transport within lipid bilayer +   
regulation of membrane lipid distribution +   
regulation of neuron maturation +   
spore membrane bending pathway 
synaptic vesicle membrane organization +   
T-tubule organization  
trans-Golgi network membrane organization  
vesicle budding from membrane +   

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Definition Sources: PMID:11456440

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