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Figure 3

From: Synaptic and genomic responses to JNK and AP-1 signaling in Drosophila neurons

Figure 3

Presynaptic protein levels decrease with hepact overexpression. Confocal projections of synapses show that levels of presynaptic protein synaptotagmin (Syt) (B) and an antigen recognized by anti-HRP (D) are reduced after hepact induction compared to controls (A, C), whereas levels of the postsynaptically enriched protein dlg is similar to control (E) after hepact induction (F). G) Quantification of fluorescent intensities show that levels of presynaptic proteins Syt, Csp and anti-HRP, are reduced by 45%, 34% and 50% respectively (P < 0.001 for all) compared to control. Levels of postsynaptically enriched proteins FasII and Dlg go not significantly change after hepact induction in postembryonic neurons.

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