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Levitas-Djerbi et al., 2015 - The Hypothalamic Leptin-Neurotensin-Hypocretin Neuronal Networks in Zebrafish. The Journal of comparative neurology   523(5):831-48 Full text @ J. Comp. Neurol.
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Fig. 3 NTS neurons are primarily GABAergic. Confocal imaging of double fluorescent ISH experiments in larvae and adult zebrafish. A–F: 2 dpf larvae showing colocalization of nts- (magenta) and gad67- (green) expressing cell bodies within the PO (A–C) and hypothalamus (D–F). G–O: Transversal adult brain sections showing colocalization of nts- (magenta) and gad67- (green) expressing cell bodies within the PM (G–I), TPp (J–L), and Hc (M–O). Arrows indicate representative coexpressing cells (white). All images are single confocal sections. PO, preoptic region; H, hypothalamus; PM, magnocellular preoptic nucleus; TPp, periventricular nucleus of the posterior tuberculum; Hc, caudal zone of the periventricular hypothalamus.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
gad1b WT standard conditions Long-pec GABAergic neuron ISH
Long-pec hypothalamus ISH
Long-pec preoptic area ISH
Adult caudal periventricular hypothalamus ISH
Adult GABAergic neuron ISH
Adult magnocellular preoptic nucleus ISH
Adult periventricular nucleus of caudal tuberculum ISH
nts WT standard conditions Long-pec GABAergic neuron ISH
Long-pec hypothalamus ISH
Long-pec preoptic area ISH
Adult caudal periventricular hypothalamus ISH
Adult GABAergic neuron ISH
Adult magnocellular preoptic nucleus ISH
Adult periventricular nucleus of caudal tuberculum ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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