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Archive: Axon-seq for in Depth Analysis of the RNA Content of Neuronal Processes #neuroscience #protocol @stemcellreports
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This assay correlates an increase in DA levels due to EtOH and movement obstruction due to a dry surface to a circular sedative behavior, which is designated as EtOH-induced sedative (EIS) behavior. #cellbiol #method @PLOSGenetics
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