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exocytosis

[¦ek·sō·sī′tō·səs]
(cell and molecular biology)
The extrusion of material from a cell.
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Neurotransmitters are found in synaptic vesicles and released at the synapse by way of calcium-dependent exocytose (8).
In agranulocytes/ granulocytes adhesion and diapedesis, inflammatory signals induce endothelial cells to exocytose P-selectin (SELP) and E-selectin (SELE).
Herewith the specific granulas which contain heparin, serotonin and histamine exposed through the means of exocytose to the extracellular environment.