Reconstitute with 100 µL of distilled water.
Synaptotagmin 1 is a synaptic vesicle membrane glycoprotein that is widely expressed throughout the CNS and is generally thought to act as the Ca2+ sensor in the regulation of exocytosis and neurotransmitter release. Studies indicate that synaptotagmin's Ca2+ mediated binding of SNAP25 is essential for the Ca2+ dependent triggering of membrane. It has been demonstrated that discrete residues within the c(2)b binding domain of synaptotagmin 1 independently specify endocytic rate and synaptic vesicle size. Synaptotagmin 1 may have a regulatory role in the membrane interactions during trafficking of synaptic vesicles at the active zone of the synapse. Further, Synaptotagmin 1 binds acidic phospholipids with a specificity that requires the presence of both an acidic head group and a diacyl backbone. A Ca(2+)-dependent interaction between synaptotagmin and putative receptors for activated protein kinase C has been reported. Synaptotagmin 1 can also bind to at least three additional proteins in a Ca(2+)-independent manner; these are neurexins, syntaxin and AP2. Diseases associated with the dysfunction of Synaptotagmin 1 include food-borne botulism and infant botulism.
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Protein Aliases: p65; SVP65; synaptotagmin 1; Synaptotagmin I; Synaptotagmin-1; SytI
Gene Aliases: AW124717; G630098F17Rik; P65; Syt1; SytI