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Absence of perisynaptic glia at larval body wall neuromuscular synapses.

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posted on 08.06.2015, 03:10 by Alexandra L. Strauss, Fumiko Kawasaki, Richard W. Ordway

Confocal immunofluorescence images of larval neuromuscular synapses as described in Fig 1 (A) In WT, GS2 is associated with non-synaptic regions of motor axons but does not extend to fine axon branches which form synapses. (B) Gs2-RNAi KD using moody-GAL4 largely eliminated the GS2 signal at larval neuromuscular synapses and did not reveal the presence of a perisynaptic glial cell type.