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010-03-08 00:11:23" +Nolan Nichols

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1 adPN has been renamed to VM7v to be consistent with the change of glomerulus name from glomerulus 1 to glomerulus VM7v. " +adult antennal lobe projection neuron VM7 adPN,
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane +Organic Compound;Pesticide;Organochloride;Organobromide; 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane is a manufactured chemical and the active ingredient in the nematicide Nemagon, also known as Fumazone.
1,2-Dibromoethane +Organic Compound;Pesticide;Gasoline Additi Organic Compound;Pesticide;Gasoline Additive/Component;Organochloride; 1,2-Dibromoethane is a mainly synthetic chemical that also occurs in small amounts naturally in the ocean. It was once widely used as an additive in leaded gasoline and a pesticide, however, today it's use is restricted to only certain pesticides and dye preparations. y certain pesticides and dye preparations.
1-120 Truncated Alpha-Synuclein Drosophila +This transgenic drosophila expresses a for This transgenic drosophila expresses a form of alpha-synuclein that is a C-terminally truncated fragment comprising amino acids 1-120. This form of alpha-synuclein has an enhanced ability to aggregate and thus enhanced neurotoxicity. This mutant is used in research to determine the role of alpha-synuclein aggregation in neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinsons. degenerative diseases, such as Parkinsons.
1-1I +Ipsilaterally projecting interneuron developing from neuroblast NB1-1 segment specific lineages.
1-1I of abdomen +Ipsilaterally projecting interneuron developing from neuroblast NB1-1 of the abdomen.
1-1I of thorax +Ipsilaterally projecting interneuron developing from neuroblast NB1-1 of the thorax.
1-1Ms +Motor neuron developing from the thoracic neuroblast NB1-1. The axon terminates amongst ventrolateral muscles without a detectable end-plate (Bossing et al., 1996).
1-2I +Interneuron that develops from neuroblast NB1-2.
1-2Ica +Interneuron that develops from the neuroblast NB2-1 lineage and that fasciculates with a contralaterally projecting bundle that projects through the anterior commissure of the adjacent neuromere before turning anteriorly.
1-2Icp +Interneuron that develops from the neuroblast NB2-1 lineage and that fasciculates with a contralaterally projecting bundle that projects through the posterior commissure of the neuromere.
1-2Ii +Interneuron originating from neuroblast NB1-2 whose axon fasciculates with an ipsilaterally directed fascicle formed at the end of embryonic stage 16.
1-D extent +A quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of its extension in one dimension.
1J +This line is transgenic for the 5' end of This line is transgenic for the 5' end of the human HD gene carrying (CAG)115-(CAG)150 repeat expansions. The transgene is ubiquitously expressed. Transgenic mice exhibit a progressive neurological phenotype that mimics many of the features of HD, including choreiform-like movements, involuntary stereotypic movements, tremor, and epileptic seizures, as well as nonmovement disorder components, including unusual vocalization. They urinate frequently and exhibit loss of body weight and muscle bulk through the course of the disease. Neurologically they develop Neuronal Intranuclear Inclusions (NII) which contain both the huntingtin and ubiquitin proteins. Previously unknown, these NII have subsequently been identified in human HD patients. The age of onset of HD symptoms is reported to occur between nine and 11 weeks. Commonly known as the "R6/2" strain.\n\nTransgenic mice develop hyperglycemia by 12 weeks of age with a corresponding decrease in insulin levels. Pancreatic beta cells develop huntingtin inclusions as early as seven weeks of age, by 12 weeks more than 95% of beta cells have inclusions. Pancreatic alpha and delta cells also exhibit some inclusions (24% and 6% of cells, respectively) by 12 weeks. Pancreatic islets become hypotonic and beta cells are dramatically reduced in number by 12 weeks. Beta cells contain very few insulin secretory vesicles. (Bjorkquvist M et al. 2005) tory vesicles. (Bjorkquvist M et al. 2005)
1J mouse +This line is transgenic for the 5' end of This line is transgenic for the 5' end of the human HD gene carrying (CAG)115-(CAG)150 repeat expansions. The transgene is ubiquitously expressed. Transgenic mice exhibit a progressive neurological phenotype that mimics many of the features of HD, including choreiform-like movements, involuntary stereotypic movements, tremor, and epileptic seizures, as well as nonmovement disorder components, including unusual vocalization. They urinate frequently and exhibit loss of body weight and muscle bulk through the course of the disease. Neurologically they develop Neuronal Intranuclear Inclusions (NII) which contain both the huntingtin and ubiquitin proteins. Previously unknown, these NII have subsequently been identified in human HD patients. The age of onset of HD symptoms is reported to occur between nine and 11 weeks. Commonly known as the "R6/2" strain.\n\nTransgenic mice develop hyperglycemia by 12 weeks of age with a corresponding decrease in insulin levels. Pancreatic beta cells develop huntingtin inclusions as early as seven weeks of age, by 12 weeks more than 95% of beta cells have inclusions. Pancreatic alpha and delta cells also exhibit some inclusions (24% and 6% of cells, respectively) by 12 weeks. Pancreatic islets become hypotonic and beta cells are dramatically reduced in number by 12 weeks. Beta cells contain very few insulin secretory vesicles. (Bjorkquvist M et al. 2005) tory vesicles. (Bjorkquvist M et al. 2005)

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2-1I +Interneuron that develops from the neuroblast NB2-1 lineage.
2-1Ic +Interneuron that develops from the neuroblast NB2-1 lineage and that projects through the anterior commissure.
2-1Ii +Interneuron that develops from the neuroblast NB2-1 lineage and that fasciculates with an ipsilaterally projecting bundle.
2-2I +Interneuron deriving from the neuroblast NB2-2 lineage.
2-2I of abdomen +Interneuron that develops from the NB2-1 of the neuroblast of the abdomen. Projections from these neurons form a fascicle that projects through the anterior commissure and then turns anteriorly after reaching the contralateral connective.
2-2I of thorax +Interneuron that develops from NB2-1 of th Interneuron that develops from NB2-1 of the thorax. These neurons form a fascicle of about 10 axons that projects contralaterally through the anterior commissure. Unlike the 2-2I of abdomen, the 2-2I fascicle of thorax does not turn anteriorly after reaching the contralateral connective. ter reaching the contralateral connective.
2-D extent +A quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of its extension in two dimensions.
2-D shape +A shape that inheres in a 2 dimensional entity, such as a cross section or projection of a 3 dimensional entity.
2D spatial image +A type of image where pixel values represent a quantity measure over 2 spatial dimensions.
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