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Term:
postsynaptic membrane organization (GO:0001941)
Annotations: Rat: (49) Mouse: (49) Human: (52) Chinchilla: (48) Bonobo: (47) Dog: (50) Squirrel: (48) Pig: (52)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
dendritic spine organization +   
endoplasmic reticulum membrane organization +   
Golgi vesicle bud deformation and release 
intermembrane lipid transfer +   
lysosomal membrane organization +   
membrane addition at site of cytokinesis +  
membrane assembly +   
membrane bending +   
membrane disassembly +   
membrane fission +   
membrane fusion +   
membrane invagination +   
membrane raft organization +   
membrane tubulation +   
midbody abscission  
mitochondrial membrane organization +   
mitotic nuclear membrane biogenesis 
neuronal ion channel clustering +   
nuclear envelope organization +   
nuclear membrane organization +   
phospholipid transfer to membrane  
plasma membrane organization +   
plastid membrane organization +  
postsynapse assembly +   
postsynaptic cytoskeleton organization +   
postsynaptic membrane organization +   
A process which results in the assembly, arrangement of constituent parts, or disassembly of a postsynaptic membrane, the specialized area of membrane facing the presynaptic membrane on the tip of the nerve ending and separated from it by a minute cleft (the synaptic cleft).
postsynaptic specialization organization +   
presynaptic membrane organization +   
protein insertion into membrane +   
protein transport within lipid bilayer +   
regulation of membrane lipid distribution +   
regulation of postsynapse organization +   
spore membrane bending pathway 
synaptic vesicle membrane organization +   
T-tubule organization  
trans-Golgi network membrane organization  
vesicle budding from membrane +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: post-synaptic membrane organization ;   postsynaptic membrane organisation
Definition Sources: GOC:dph, GOC:pr

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