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Article Title: Molecular markers of mechanosensation in glycinergic neurons in the avian lumbosacral spinal cord
Figure Legend Snippet: Glycinergic neuronal cell bodies near the the central canal of the avian lumbosacral organ (LSO) display myosin7a immunoreactivity. (A) The synsacrum (fused to the pelvic bones) is highlighted within a reconstructed CT scan of the zebra finch axial skeleton (Yale Peabody Museum specimen #125076). (B) Dorsal and ventral views of the synsacrum, reconstructed from the CT scan. (C) A sagittal section through the vertebral canal of the synsacrum CT scan shows the dorsal expansion of the vertebral canal that holds the glycogen body. A parasagittal section shows transverse canal-like structures on the internal dorsal side of the vertebral canal that roughly align with the accessory lobes (see [ 16 ]). (D) A diagram of the neural tissue of the LSO based on dissection and histology observations and a contrast-enhanced CT scan (data from [ 16 ]). (E) Cells near the central canal (middle) that are immunoreactive for both glyt2 and myo7a. (F) Higher-resolution image of the right cell from (E). (G) Labeling with two different myo7a antibodies (mouse and rabbit). (H) neun/fox3 labeling within the myo7a+ cells. White arrow in the first panel of subfigure (E) and (G) point to the ependymal layer surrounding the central canal. Upper right diagram in the first panel of subfigures (E-H) indicates approximately where in the transverse section the image was taken.
Techniques Used: Computed Tomography, Dissection, Labeling
Figure Legend Snippet: Lateral glycinergic processes are immunoreactive for proteins also present in inner ear hair cell stereocilia. (A) Glyt2+ ventrolateral processes are immunoreactive for myo7a. Margin of spinal cord with dentate ligament is at lower left; upper left is accessory lobe. (B C) The accessory lobe processes (B) and terminations at the dentate ligament (C) double-label with two different antibodies for myo7a (mouse and rabbit). (D) Myo7a-immunoreactive processes in the accessory lobe also react with anti-espin. (AD) In composite images, blue is DAPI. Upper right diagram in the first panel of each subfigure indicates approximately where in the transverse section the image was taken.