SNARE Dance: A musical interpretation of Atg9 transport to the tubulovesicular cluster
Volume 8, Issue 3
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Pages 294 - 296http://dx.doi.org/10.4161/auto.19327
: SNARE protein, protein targeting, stress, vacuole, yeast
Authors: Rie Takahashi, Jeffrey Miller and Daniel J. Klionsky View affiliations
There is little doubt that humans rely on vision as their primary sensory input. However, various studies indicate that audiovisual combinations of data presentation actually enhance the ability of the learner to comprehend the information. We present an example of a musical-biological interface that provides an audible demonstration of SNARE protein function in the process of macroautophagy.
Received: January 10, 2012; Accepted: January 11, 2012; Published Online: February 24, 2012