Reversible effects of glial or neuronal Nkt knockdown on adult locomotor activity

Published: 30 July 2019| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/tpt29br8cj.3
Rob Jackson


Figure . Reversibility of Nkt knockdown on adult locomotor activity. A) Flies have increased activity when temperature is raised from 23°C to 30°C, using the TARGET temperature-sensitive expression system. Flies were reared at 23°C. B) Knockdown flies expressing GAL80ts had high nocturnal activity at 30°C but activity in the normal range when transferred to 23°C. TR, tub-GAL80; repo-GAL4; TR>U-Nkt.IR, tub-GAL80; repo-GAL4>U-Nkt.IR; TS, tub-GAL80; nSyb-GAL4; TS>U-Nkt.IR, tub-GAL80; nSyb-GAL4>U-Nkt.IR; U-Nkt.IR, UAS-Nkt.IR. Error bars represent SEM. **p < 0.01 compared to GAL4 or UAS controls.



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