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I just realised that this is probably enough detail to not be called a stub? Shall I de-stubbify? --BazDM 13:18, Feb 14, 2005 (UTC)

Its borderline, but remove the stub if you like Onco p53 19:49, 14 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Synaptic activity does NOT maintain expression of synapsin[edit]

Hi, first time editor here. The reference for this sentence "Conversely, studies using transgenic mice in which neuronal signaling is abolished in specific circuitries showed that synaptic activity regulates, but is not essential to maintain, the expression of these proteins.[4]" says the exact opposite (Kiraha et al. PMID 18248909). It shows some the expression of other synaptic proteins is regulated by synaptic signalling, but that synapsin I is not. I don't know if there are other studies supporting this, but in the mean time I will delete this sentence. (talk) 15:44, 15 November 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]