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Distribution of plasma membrane-associated syntaxins 1 through 4 indicates distinct trafficking functions in the synaptic layers of the mouse retina

David M Sherry*, Robert Mitchell, Kelly M Standifer and Brad du Plessis

BMC Neuroscience 2006, 7:54  doi:10.1186/1471-2202-7-54

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Updated contact information for corresponding author

David Sherry   (2007-05-21 19:22)  University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Dept. Cell Biology email

Since this paper was published the corresponding author has moved. The new contact information is:

Dave Sherry


Department of Cell Biology

940 Stanton L Young Blvd

Oklahoma City, OK 73104



Competing interests

No competing interests. I just want those who might need to contact me to be able to do so....


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