The worm material used in this study was obtained during a previous described study [73] performed at the Experimental Animal Unit, University of Copenhagen, Denmark according to the national regulations of the Danish Animal Inspectorate (permission no. 2015-15-0201-00760). The neurologic tissue from X. laevis was obtained from one adult female, which was anaesthetized by submersion into a tricaine solution (ethyl 3-aminobenzoate methanesulfonate, 2g/L) and subsequently decapitated. All procedures involving live material were performed according to the national regulations of the Danish National Animal Experiments Inspectorate (permission no. 2015-15-0201-00560).

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