Figure 6.

The sensory neurons ADE and ADL, both presynaptic partners of ALA, responded to anterior but not to posterior picking-touch. GCaMP3 fluorescence levels in ADE neurons (A-B), ALA neurons in animals expressing the tetanus toxin light chain in their dopaminergic neurons (C-D) and in ADL neurons (E-F). In all cases responses to both anterior and posterior stimuli are shown. Mean ± s.e.m, N=10 animals. Dashed lines in panels (C-D) are provided as a guide to the eye.

Sanders et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:156   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-156
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