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Term:postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle
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Definition:The process during which neurotransmitter receptors in the postsynaptic specialization membrane are recycled via the endosome. This cycle includes release from anchoring (trapping), diffusion in the synaptic membrane to the postsynaptic endocytic region, endocytosis, transport to the endosome, recycling in the endosome, transport back the synaptic membrane and subsequent trapping in the postsynaptic specialization membrane.

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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Akap5 A-kinase anchoring protein 5 involved_in ISO (MGI:7335148|PMID:22623657) RGD PMID:22623657 MGI:7335148 NCBI chr 6:95,051,527...95,061,075
Ensembl chr 6:95,051,537...95,061,578
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G Nsg1 neuronal vesicle trafficking associated 1 involved_in IMP PMID:15911354 UniProt PMID:15911354 RGD:9850096 NCBI chr14:72,648,771...72,670,521
Ensembl chr14:72,648,741...72,670,514
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  biological_process 20350
    localization 5707
      cellular localization 3718
        establishment of localization in cell 2165
          postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle 2
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  biological_process 20350
    cellular process 18813
      cellular localization 3718
        cellular macromolecule localization 2726
          protein localization 2714
            establishment of protein localization 1800
              protein transport 1492
                neurotransmitter receptor transport 40
                  neurotransmitter receptor cycle 2
                    postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor cycle 2
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