Sensory and Motor Systems

Figure 1. Leeches that recover crawling behavior have established regrowth of afferent input to the lead ganglion. (A) In leeches that recover crawling behavior after injury, Neurobiotin labels fibers in the M3 nerve, which project into the M3 ganglion. (B) In leeches that do not recover crawling behavior after injury, Neurobiotin-labeled fibers are not observed in the M3 ganglion. (Figure 8 in Puhl et al. 2018.)
By Rosalind S.E. Carney, DPhil
December 13, 2018

Authors demonstrate that in the absence of descending cephalic input, locomotor recovery in the leech is achieved by a switch to dependence on afferent information from peripheral nerves in the body wall.

A new study shows that advillin expression is NOT limited to sensory neurons in postnatal and adult mouse
By Mike Fainzilber
September 13, 2018

A new study shows that advillin expression is NOT limited to sensory neurons in postnatal and adult mouse

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