Neurochemical organization of the Drosophila brain visualized by endogenously tagged neurotransmitter receptors

Dataset

Title Neurochemical organization of the Drosophila brain visualized by endogenously tagged neurotransmitter receptors
Authors Kondo Shu, Takahashi Takahiro, Yamagata Nobuhiro, Imanishi Yasuhito, Katow Hidetaka, Hiramatsu Shun, Lynn Katarina B., Abe Ayako, Kumaraswamy Ajayrama, Tanimoto Hiromu,
Description This repository contains confocal data of T2A-GAL4 knock-in lines used for investigating the cellular organization and function of neurotransmitter receptor systems in the fly brain.
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
References Kondo S., Takahashi T., Yamagata N., Imanishi Y., Katow H., Hiramatsu S., Lynn K., Abe A., Kumaraswamy A., Tanimoto H. (2019) Neurochemical organization of the Drosophila brain visualized by endogenously tagged neurotransmitter receptors. In: Cell Reports [doi:10.xxx/zzzz]
Funding MEXT/JSPS KAKENHI, 26840110, 17H04765, 26250001, 17H01378, 25890003, 26120705, 26119503, 15K14307, 16H01496, 17H05545
the Strategic Research Program for Brain Sciences “Bioinformatics for Brain Sciences”
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (Comprehensive Brain Science Network)
the Naito Foundation
the Kurata Memorial Hitachi Science and Technology Foundation
the Uehara Memorial Foundation
the Mochida Memorial Foundation for Medical and Pharmaceutical Research
Keywords Neuroscience
Imaging
Neurotransmitter receptor
Drosophila melanogaster
Brain
Data This dataset can be browsed online here or downloaded as a zip archive (274 GiB). The current version of the dataset repository, possibly with updates, can be found here.
DOI 10.12751/g-node.10246f
Citation This dataset can be cited as:
Kondo S, Takahashi T, Yamagata N, Imanishi Y, Katow H, Hiramatsu S, Lynn K, Abe A, Kumaraswamy A, Tanimoto H, (2019) Neurochemical organization of the Drosophila brain visualized by endogenously tagged neurotransmitter receptors. G-Node. doi:10.12751/g-node.10246f
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