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Acceleration Of Membrane Recycling By Axotomy Of Cultured Aplysia Neurons

U. Ashery, R. Penner, M. Spira
Published 1996 · Biology, Medicine

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The rapid transition of a stationary axon into a motile growth cone requires the recruitment of membrane and its strategic insertion into the neurolemma. The source of membrane to support the initial rapid growth postaxotomy is not known. Using membrane capacitance measurements, we examined quantitative aspects of membrane dynamics following axotomy of cultured Aplysia neurons. Axotomy activates two processes in parallel: membrane retrieval and exocytosis. Unexpectedly, membrane retrieval is the dominant process in the majority of the experiments. Thus, while a growth cone is vigorously extending, the total neuronal surface area decreases. We suggest that the initial rapid extension phase of the newly formed growth cone postaxotomy is supported by a pool of intracellular membrane that is rapidly retrieved from the neurolemma.
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