NMDA receptors-dependent plasticity in the phototaxis preference behavior induced by visual deprivation in young and adult flies
Article first published online: 17 DEC 2009
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Genes, Brain and Behavior
Volume 9, Issue 3, pages 325–334, April 2010
How to Cite
Zhou, M., Lei, Z., Li, H., Yi, W., Zhang, Z. and Guo, A. (2010), NMDA receptors-dependent plasticity in the phototaxis preference behavior induced by visual deprivation in young and adult flies. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 9: 325–334. doi: 10.1111/j.1601-183X.2009.00562.x
- Issue published online: 11 APR 2010
- Article first published online: 17 DEC 2009
- Received 30 June 2009, revised 3 October 2009, 1 November 2009, 23 November 2009, accepted for publication 12 December 2009
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Figure S1: Locomotion activity of wild-type flies, WTB and CS reared in DR and NR. (a–b) Vertical coordinates indicate the average counts per minute (Avg_Counts/min). (a) Locomotion activity of flies at d5–6. Left bars: n = 13,16 flies per group. Right bars: n = 32,31 flies per group. (b) Locomotion activity of flies at d6–10. Left bars: n = 13,16 per group. Right bars: n = 32,31 per group.
Figure S2: PPB of wild flies CS after light and dark exposure in the blue–red light choice setup. n = 5–6 preference indexes per group. (a) PPB of flies reared in NR after light (L) or dark (D) exposure for half an hour. (b) PPB of flies reared in DR and NR after several hours of pretreatment in light (L) or dark (D) environments. Gray regions in the top left corner drawing indicate the pretreatment course before testing. x h indicates the time of pretreatment.
Figure S3: The photosensitivity of overexpressing NMDAR1 flies by ERG recording. (a) Sample trace from a fly in +/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel. dV indicates the maximum voltage after switching light on. dt indicates the time to reach the maximum voltage. (b–c) n = 8 preference indexes per group. For controls, UAS-Nmdar1.Exel was crossed to wild-type CS flies (+/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel). (b) dV of hs-Gal4/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel flies and their controls (+/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel) after heat shock (P = 0.476). (c) dt of hs-Gal4/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel and +/UAS-Nmdar1.Exel flies after heat shock (P = 0.0218).
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