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Strains with GFP-tagged neurons

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Old 12-14-2007, 08:52 PM
Kathryn Hedges
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Default Strains with GFP-tagged neurons

Speaking of integrated strains with GFP, I'm looking for strains with
GFP marking subsets of neurons. I already have ST2 (pan-neuronal), UA57
(DA neurons), and EM800 (YFP/CFP in DA/5HT).

I need to check and see if there are plasmids available for RNAi
knockdown of DAT-1 or other NT uptake transporters.


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