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Reelin response

Multi photon imaging by Ryan O'Dell and the Olson laboratory. For more details see J Neurosci. 2015 Jul 29;35(30):10659-74 PMID 26224852.

Dendrite axon contact in wildtype

Approximately 3% of the wildtype dendrite (red) *within the marginal zone* is in contact areas with axons (green). For more details see J Neurosci. 2015 Jul 29;35(30):10659-74 PMID 26224852.

Before reelin

Tangentially oriented neuron in reeler cortex prior to rescue by reelin protein.

Dendrite axon contact in reeler

Approximately 3% of the reeler dendrite (red) *within the marginal zone* is in candidate contact areas with axons (green).

After reelin

Four hours after rescue by reelin protein application.

Migrating neuron contact with radial glial fiber

Approximately 30% of the migrating neuron (red) is in candidate contact areas with the radial glial fiber (green).

NIAAA funding

We are supported by P50AA017823, an NIH funded center for the study of developmental exposure to alcohol. For more informatio on the Center please see http://www.binghamton.edu/dearc/

NINDS funding

Support also provided by the NINDS R01NS066071 to ECO.

The laboratory is located in the Department of Neuroscience and Physiology at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York.

12/15 Postdoctoral applications accepted for multiphoton imaging projects. Please contact me at olsone at upstate dot edu if interested.