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Mitochondrial Adhaerens Complex

Name: Mitochondrial Adhaerens Complex
Description: An adherens plaque attached by filamentous strands to mitochondrion found in large synaptic terminals in the calyx of Held. The peripheral membrane facing the plaque is flattened and faces the synaptic presynaptic membrane (Perkins and Ellisman, 2005).
Synonym(s): mitochondrial-associated adherens complex
Abbreviation: MAC
Super-category: Mitochondrial Subcomponent
Id: sao1933817066
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AbbrevMAC  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionAn adherens plaque attached by filamentous strands to mitochondrion found in large synaptic terminals in the calyx of Held. The peripheral membrane facing the plaque is flattened and faces the synaptic presynaptic membrane (Perkins and Ellisman, 2005).
Idsao1933817066  +
LabelMitochondrial Adhaerens Complex  +
ModifiedDate2 March 2010  +
SuperCategoryMitochondrial Subcomponent  +
Synonymmitochondrial-associated adherens complex  +