Ohyama Et Al. (2015)
Understanding brain function and development would be facilitated enormously by being able to perform all experiments on the basis of known circuitry. Over 20 laboratories world wide have contributed towards the reconstruction of neurons in the central nervous system of Drosophila larva, led by the Cardona lab at HHMI Janelia. Here, we see a side view of the approximately 7,000 neurons reconstructed so far, either in full or partially, of the approximately 12,000 neurons of this animal. The 0111-8 data set was originally sectioned and imaged by Richard D. Fetter and his two tech assistants, and funded by the HHMI Janelia Fly EM Project Team. There are now many more papers now using the 0111-8 data (see publications below).Learn More
M. E. Berck et al. The wiring diagram of a glomerular olfactory system. eLife, 2016.
A. Fushiki et al. A circuit mechanism for the propagation of waves of muscle contraction in Drosophila. eLife, 2016.
T. Jovanic et al. Competitive Disinhibition Mediates Behavioral Choice and Sequences in Drosophila. Cell, 2016.
S. E. Macnamee et al. Astrocytic glutamate transport regulates a Drosophila CNS synapse that lacks astrocyte ensheathment. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 2016.
P. Schlegel et al. Synaptic transmission parallels neuromodulation in a central food-intake circuit. eLife, 2016.
M. F. Zwart et al. Selective inhibition mediates the sequential recruitment of motor pools. Neuron, 2016.
A. Kreshuk et al. Who is talking to whom: Synaptic partner detection in anisotropic volumes of insect brain. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2015.
T. Ohyama et al. A multilevel multimodal circuit enhances action selection in Drosophila. Nature, 2015.
J. T. Vogelstein et al. Discovery of Brainwide Neural-Behavioral Maps via Multiscale Unsupervised Structure Learning. Science, 2014.