Kinesin-1-Mediated Transport of AMPARs Contributes to Synaptic Strength

In this video, Hoerndli et al. describe in vivo studies of AMPARs transport in defined neurons. They propose a model in which the delivery, removal and redistribution of AMPARs by the kinesin-1 microtubule-associated motor protein controls the strength of synaptic signaling. For more information,

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