Which of the following statements about SNARE-mediated membrane fusion are correct? More than one answer may be selected.
a. SNAREs from both the cell plasma membrane and the vesicle combine to form a complex that drives membrane fusion.
b. Fusion is triggered by the presence of K .
c. The lipid bilayers of the fusing membranes undergo rearrangement involving changes in membrane curvature.
d. SNAREs are peripheral membrane proteins.
e. Formation of the SNARE complexes results from changes in membrane curvature.
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