Imaging analysis of clock neurons: light buffers the wake-promoting effect of dopamine

Abstract

Supplemental Fig. 3 s-LNvs showed weak responses to OA and DA in LD. A. s-LNvs from flies reared in LD showed no detectable responses to OA. The response to OA during daytime (orange triangles) is compared with that during nighttime (green circles). B. s-LNvs from flies reared in LD showed very weak responses to DA application. The response to DA during daytime (yellow triangles) is compared with that during nighttime (green squares).

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@inproceedings{Shang2011ImagingAO, title={Imaging analysis of clock neurons: light buffers the wake-promoting effect of dopamine}, author={Yuhua Shang and Paula Haynes and Nicol{\'a}s P{\'i}rez and Kyle I. Harrington and Fang Guo and Jordan Pollack and Pengyu Hong and Leslie C. Griffith and Michael Rosbash}, year={2011} }