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Projection through optical section series of an intracellularly injected protoplasmic astrocyte in the outer molecular layer of the dentate gyrus.
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Zip file containing each channel of a dual channel optical section series through a filled astrocyte (3sl1as2_ly.pic) and Epha4 immunostaining (3sl1as2_eph.pic). The merged file may be obtained by clicking on the reconstruction link.
Maximum intensity projection through a dual channel optical section series of a filled astrocyte (green) injected with Lucifer Yellow and immunostaining for Epha4 (red) in the outer molecular layer of the dentate gyrus of the rat. This astrocyte straddles the border between the middle and outer zones of the dentate gyrus as revealed by Epha4 immunostaining.
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- Project: 2000-03-01 to 2003-07-23.
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Male. Strain: Sprague Dawley
Product type: OPTICAL SECTION. Microscopy type: laser scanning confocal. Instrument: BioRad 1024 MRC Confocal
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Bushong EA, Martone ME, Ellisman MH (2003). Examination of the relationship between astrocyte morphology and laminar boundaries in the molecular layer of adult dentate gyrus. J Comp Neurol, 462(2):241-51. doi: 10.1002/cne.10728 PMID: 12794746
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