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Isoflurane-mediated trapping of Syntaxin1a into nanoclusters in excitatory but not inhibitory synapses reveals a presynaptic mechanism of general anesthesia

The University of Queensland
Mr Adam Hines (Author) Miss Amber Kewin (Author) Professor Bruno van Swinderen (Author)
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Raw and processed data for manuscript "Isoflurane-mediated trapping of Syntaxin1a into nanoclusters in excitatory but not inhibitory synapses reveals a presynaptic mechanism of general anesthesia". Microscopy images, data analysis, and code. All work done in Drosophila Melanogaster fruit flies.

Issued: 2022

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