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Optic Lobe

 
 
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  • In this report I document some basic properties of the histamine receptors present on large monopolar cells isolated from blowfly optic lobes [4].
  • In tangential cells of crayfish optic lobes, a hyperpolarizing, biphasic synaptic potential is produced by the concurrent action of acetylcholine and gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) [5].
  • Weak repo alleles were viable but affected glia in the optic lobe, resulting in a reversal in polarity of the electrophysiological to light in the adult [6].
  • Thereafter, beta-galactosidase activity is undetectable until the pupal stage when the prothoracic gland-corpora allata and the optic lobes are beta-galactosidase positive [7].
  • We demonstrate that Gcm and Gcm2 are expressed in both glial and neuronal precursors within the optic lobe [8].
 

Biological context of Optic Lobe

 

Anatomical context of Optic Lobe

  • In addition, gil mutants show drastic effects on photoreceptor axon guidance and optic lobe development [14].
  • Benzodiazepine recognition sites labeled "in vitro" with [3H]flunitrazepam ([3H]FNT) were present in highest concentration in the optic lobe and in lowest concentration in the medulla oblongata and spinal cord [15].
  • These phenotypic abnormalities reinforce the notion that nonA's ubiquitous expression has its most important consequences in the optic lobes, the thoracic ganglia, or both, depending in part on the nonA allele [16].
  • We conclude that synaptosomes from the squid optic lobe posses intact membranes and mechanisms to regulate intrasynaptosomal free [Ca(2+)], as well as caffeine sensitive Ca(2+) stores [17].
  • 2. MG 624, F3, F3A and F3B inhibited of 125I-alphaBungarotoxin (alphaBgtx) binding to neuronal chick optic lobe (COL) membranes, with nM affinity, but inhibited 125I-alphaBgtx binding to TE671 cell-expressed muscle-type AChR only at much higher concentrations [18].
 

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Gene context of Optic Lobe

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Optic Lobe

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