Data from: A well-defined readily releasable pool with fixed capacity for storing vesicles at calyx of held

Kashif Mahfooz, Robert Renden & John F. Wesseling
The readily releasable pool (RRP) of vesicles is a core concept in studies of presynaptic function. However, operating principles lack consensus definition and the utility for quantitative analysis has been questioned. Here we confirm that RRPs at calyces of Held from 14 to 21 day old mice have a fixed capacity for storing vesicles that is not modulated by Ca2+. Discrepancies with previous studies are explained by a dynamic flow-through pool, established during heavy use,...
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