Vesicle Fusion

Vesicle fusion is an important cellular process in which two or more vesicles combine together to form a single vesicle. This process is believed to play a critical role in transport and communication between cells and organelles, as well as in cell signaling and metabolism. Vesicle fusion is essential for normal cell functioning and is involved in a number of essential biological activities, such as neurotransmitter release, endocytosis, and exocytosis. Furthermore, aberrations of this process are implicated in a wide range of diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, diabetes, and some cancers. By better understanding this process, scientists can develop novel therapies and treatments for these diseases.


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