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Figure 4 Gordon et al (2016) A fine balance of synaptophysin levels underlies efficient retrieval of synaptobrevin II to synaptic vesicles (PLOS ONE)

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Date made available15 Jan 2016

Abstract

Data for Gordon et al (2016) PLoS One - "A fine balance of synaptophysin levels underlies efficient retrieval of synaptobrevin II to synaptic vesicles".

* Figure 4 - TIFF stacks displaying the synaptobrevin II-pHluorin response in hippocampal neurones to challenge with a train of 300 action potentials. Each individual experiment is denoted with the same system (e.g. 1sybII-pHl + 1mCer number 3).

* See also Figure 1 (http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/1310) – TIFFs displaying fluorescent images after immunostaining for either synaptophysin or synaptobrevin II in hippocampal neurones. A single experiment within that condition is described using the following format (2syb-pHl 2syp number 3 sybII Ab).

* See also Figures 2 and 3 (http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/1311
) – TIFF stacks displaying the synaptobrevin II-pHluorin response in hippocampal neurones to challenge with acid and alkali solutions. Each individual experiment is denoted with the same system (e.g. 20153025 CS07 mCer-Syp 1 + sybIIpH 1).

## Note ## Image J or FIJI (both freeware) can be used to open the .tif files (http://imagej.nih.gov/ij/). "

Data Citation

Gordon, Sarah. (2016). Figure 4 Gordon et al (2016) A fine balance of synaptophysin levels underlies efficient retrieval of synaptobrevin II to synaptic vesicles (PLOS ONE), [moving image]. University of Edinburgh. School of Biomedical Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/1312.

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