Catalog Number: 0373
Chemical Name: 2,3-Dioxo-6-nitro-1,2,3,4-tetrahydrobenzo[f]quinoxaline-7-sulfonamide
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Potent, selective and competitive AMPA receptor antagonist. Neuroprotective and anticonvulsant; active in vivo. NBQX disodium salt (Cat. No. 1044) also available.
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Background References
  1. The neuroprotective actions of 2,3-dihydroxy-6-nitro-7-sulfamoylbenzo(f)quinoxaline (NBQX) in a rat focal ischaemia model.
    Gill et al.
    Brain Res., 1992;580:35
  2. Antiepileptogenic and anticonvulsant effects of NBQX, a selective AMPA receptor antagonist, in the rat kindling model of epilepsy.
    Namba et al.
    Brain Res., 1994;638:36
  3. The pharmacology of AMPA receptors and their antagonists.
    Sheardown et al.
    Stroke, 1993;24:146
  4. Pharmacological characterization of non-NMDA subtypes of glutamate receptors in the neonatal rat hemisected spinal cord in vitro.
    Zeman and Lodg
    Br.J.Pharmacol., 1992;106:367

The citations listed below are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for NBQX include:

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  1. Presynaptic GABAB receptors reduce transmission at parabrachial synapses in the lateral central amygdala by inhibiting N-type calcium channels.
    Authors: Delaney and Crane
    Sci Rep
  2. Activation of Muscarinic M1 Acetylcholine Receptors Induces Long-Term Potentiation in the Hippocampus.
    Authors: Dennis Et al.
    J Neurosci
  3. Norepinephrine Modulates Pyramidal Cell Synaptic Properties in the Anterior Piriform Cortex of Mice: Age-Dependent Effects of β-adrenoceptors.
    Authors: Ghosh Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  4. AMPA Receptor-mTOR Activation is Required for the Antidepressant-Like Effects of Sarcosine during the Forced Swim Test in Rats: Insertion of AMPA Receptor may Play a Role.
    Authors: Chen Et al.
    Front Behav Neurosci
  5. Calcium current homeostasis and synaptic deficits in hippocampal neurons from Kelch-like 1 knockout mice.
    Authors: Perissinotti Et al.
  6. Co-release of glutamate and GABA from single vesicles in GABAergic neurons exogenously expressing VGLUT3.
    Authors: Zimmermann Et al.
    J Neurosci
  7. Optical control of NMDA receptors with a diffusible photoswitch.
    Authors: Laprell Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci
  8. The Chemokine MIP-1α/CCL3 impairs mouse hippocampal synaptic transmission, plasticity and memory.
    Authors: Marciniak Et al.
    Front Synaptic Neurosci
  9. A simple retinal mechanism contributes to perceptual interactions between rod- and cone-mediated responses in primates.
    Authors: Grimes Et al.
  10. Corelease of acetylcholine and GABA from cholinergic forebrain neurons.
    Authors: Saunders Et al.
    Cereb Cortex
  11. Afterhyperpolarization (AHP) regulates the frequency and timing of action potentials in the mitral cells of the olfactory bulb: role of olfactory experience.
    Authors: Duménieu Et al.
    Sci Rep
  12. Involvement of adrenoceptors, dopamine receptors and AMPA receptors in antidepressant-like action of 7-O-ethylfangchinoline in mice.
    Authors: Sheng Et al.
    Acta Pharmacol Sin
  13. BK Channels Localize to the Paranodal Junction and Regulate Action Potentials in Myelinated Axons of Cerebellar Purkinje Cells.
    Authors: Hirono Et al.
    Brain Res
  14. Activation of corticostriatal circuitry relieves chronic neuropathic pain.
    Authors: Lee Et al.
    Physiol Rep
  15. Dual-channel circuit mapping reveals sensorimotor convergence in the primary motor cortex.
    Authors: Hooks Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci
  16. Loss of Local Astrocyte Support Disrupts Action Potential Propagation and Glutamate Release Synchrony from Unmyelinated Hippocampal Axon Terminals In Vitro.
    Authors: Sobieski Et al.
    PLoS One
  17. Impact of subanesthetic doses of ketamine on AMPA-mediated responses in rats: An in vivo electrophysiological study on monoaminergic and glutamatergic neurons.
    Authors: Iskandrani Et al.
  18. Functional α7 nicotinic receptors are expressed on immature granule cells of the postnatal dentate gyrus.
    Authors: John Et al.
    J Neurosci
  19. Functional cortical neurons and astrocytes from human pluripotent stem cells in 3D culture.
    Authors: Pasca Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci
  20. Tectal microcircuit generating visual selection commands on gaze-controlling neurons.
    Authors: Kardamakis Et al.
    J Neurosci
  21. The effect of desflurane on neuronal communication at a central synapse.
    Authors: Mapelli Et al.
    Nat Commun
  22. HSF1 transcriptional activity mediates alcohol induction of Vamp2 expression and GABA release.
    Authors: Varodayan and Harrison
    J Neurosci
  23. Imaging intraorganellar Ca2+ at subcellular resolution using CEPIA.
    Authors: Suzuki Et al.
    Nat Commun
  24. Cross-synaptic synchrony and transmission of signal and noise across the mouse retina.
    Authors: Grimes Et al.
  25. Fast retrieval and autonomous regulation of single spontaneously recycling synaptic vesicles.
    Authors: Leitz and Kavalali
  26. Repeated binge-like ethanol drinking alters ethanol drinking patterns and depresses striatal GABAergic transmission.
    Authors: Wilcox Et al.
  27. Glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation in neurons and astrocytes during network activity in hippocampal slices.
    Authors: Ivanov Et al.
    J Cereb Blood Flow Metab
  28. A novel mechanism for nicotinic potentiation of glutamatergic synapses.
    Authors: Halff Et al.
    J Neurosci
  29. Modulation of neuronal microcircuit activities within the medial prefrontal cortex by mGluR5 positive allosteric modulator.
    Authors: Pollard Et al.
    J Psychopharmacol
  30. Rac1 and rac3 GTPases control synergistically the development of cortical and hippocampal GABAergic interneurons.
    Authors: Vaghi Et al.
    Cereb Cortex
  31. CaMKII phosphorylation of neuroligin-1 regulates excitatory synapses.
    Authors: Bemben Et al.
    Nat Neurosci
  32. hPSC-derived maturing GABAergic interneurons ameliorate seizures and abnormal behavior in epileptic mice.
    Authors: Cunningham Et al.
    Cell Stem Cell
  33. Type 1 metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGlu1) trigger the gating of GluD2 δ glutamate receptors.
    Authors: Ady Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  34. Depressed GABA and glutamate synaptic signaling by 5-HT1A receptors in the nucleus tractus solitarii and their role in cardiorespiratory function.
    Authors: Ostrowski Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  35. AMPA/kainate glutamate receptors contribute to inflammation, degeneration and pain related behaviour in inflammatory stages of arthritis.
    Authors: Bonnet Et al.
    Ann Rheum Dis
  36. Synaptic NMDA receptor-dependent Ca2+ entry drives membrane potential and Ca2+ oscillations in spinal ventral horn neurons.
    Authors: Alpert and
    PLoS One
  37. Contribution of NMDA receptor hypofunction in prefrontal and cortical excitatory neurons to schizophrenia-like phenotypes.
    Authors: Rompala Et al.
    J Neurosci
  38. Different transporter systems regulate extracellular GABA from vesicular and non-vesicular sources.
    Authors: Song Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci
  39. Intersecting circuits generate precisely patterned retinal waves.
    Authors: Akrouh and Kerschensteiner
  40. Protein tyrosine phosphatase α in the dorsomedial striatum promotes excessive ethanol-drinking behaviors.
    Authors: Hamida Et al.
    Nat Neurosci
  41. Moderate prenatal alcohol exposure reduces plasticity and alters NMDA receptor subunit composition in the dentate gyrus.
    Authors: Brady Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  42. Activity-regulated somatostatin expression reduces dendritic spine density and lowers excitatory synaptic transmission via postsynaptic somatostatin receptor 4.
    Authors: Hou and Yu
    J Biol Chem
  43. Behavioural and functional characterization of Kv10.1 (Eag1) knockout mice.
    Authors: Ufartes Et al.
    Hum Mol Genet
  44. The adhesion protein IgSF9b is coupled to neuroligin 2 via S-SCAM to promote inhibitory synapse development.
    Authors: Woo Et al.
    J Cell Biol
  45. Physiological release of endogenous tau is stimulated by neuronal activity.
    Authors: Pooler Et al.
    J Neuroimmunol
  46. Neural progenitors organize in small-world networks to promote cell proliferation.
    Authors: Malmersjö Et al.
    J Neurosci
  47. S-nitrosylation of AMPA receptor GluA1 regulates phosphorylation, single-channel conductance, and endocytosis.
    Authors: Selvakumar Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  48. Differential requirement for protein synthesis in presynaptic unmuting and muting in hippocampal glutamate terminals.
    Authors: Crawford Et al.
    PLoS One
  49. Olfactory bulb glomerular NMDA receptors mediate olfactory nerve potentiation and odor preference learning in the neonate rat.
    Authors: Lethbridge Et al.
    J Neurosci
  50. Consolidation of remote fear memories involves Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone (CRH) receptor type 1-mediated enhancement of AMPA receptor GluR1 signaling in the dentate gyrus.
    Authors: Thoeringer Et al.
    J Neuroimmunol
  51. β-Estradiol unmasks metabotropic receptor-mediated metaplasticity of NMDA receptor transmission in the female rat dentate gyrus.
    Authors: Nebieridze Et al.
  52. Mixed electrical-chemical transmission between hippocampal mossy fibers and pyramidal cells.
    Authors: Vivar Et al.
    Eur J Neurosci
  53. Presynaptic Cav3.2 channels regulate excitatory neurotransmission in nociceptive dorsal horn neurons.
    Authors: Jacus Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  54. Alteration of synaptic network dynamics by the intellectual disability protein PAK3.
    Authors: Dubos Et al.
    Eur J Neurosci
  55. Glutamate controls tPA recycling by astrocytes, which in turn influences glutamatergic signals.
    Authors: Cassé Et al.
    J Neurosci
  56. Lack of kinase regulation of canonical transient receptor potential 3 (TRPC3) channel-dependent currents in cerebellar Purkinje cells.
    Authors: Nelson and Glitsch
    PLoS One
  57. Essential role of brain-derived neurotrophic factor in the regulation of serotonin transmission in the basolateral amygdala.
    Authors: Daftary Et al.
  58. Heterogeneous reallocation of presynaptic efficacy in recurrent excitatory circuits adapting to inactivity.
    Authors: Mitra Et al.
    Nat Neurosci
  59. Focal adhesion kinase regulates actin nucleation and neuronal filopodia formation during axonal growth.
    Authors: Chacón Et al.
    Dev Neurobiol
  60. Development of NMDA NR2 subunits and their roles in critical period maturation of neocortical GABAergic interneurons.
    Authors: Zhang and Sun
  61. Synaptic responses evoked by tactile stimuli in Purkinje cells in mouse cerebellar cortex Crus II in vivo.
    Authors: Chu Et al.
    PLoS One
  62. Cholinergic interneurons mediate fast VGluT3-dependent glutamatergic transmission in the striatum.
    Authors: Higley Et al.
    PLoS One
  63. Sleep-deprivation regulates α-2 adrenergic responses of rat hypocretin/orexin neurons.
    Authors: Uschakov Et al.
    PLoS One
  64. Cannabinoids attenuate hippocampal γ oscillations by suppressing excitatory synaptic input onto CA3 pyramidal neurons and fast spiking basket cells.
    Authors: Holderith Et al.
    Eur J Neurosci
  65. Calcium-independent inhibitory G-protein signaling induces persistent presynaptic muting of hippocampal synapses.
    Authors: Crawford Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  66. NMDA receptor signaling in oligodendrocyte progenitors is not required for oligodendrogenesis and myelination.
    Authors: Biase Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  67. An autism-associated point mutation in the neuroligin cytoplasmic tail selectively impairs AMPA receptor-mediated synaptic transmission in hippocampus.
    Authors: Etherton Et al.
    EMBO J
  68. Quantal amplitude at the cone ribbon synapse can be adjusted by changes in cytosolic glutamate.
    Authors: Bartoletti and Thoreson
    Mol Vis
  69. Developmental maturation of excitation and inhibition balance in principal neurons across four layers of somatosensory cortex.
    Authors: Zhang Et al.
    J Neurosci
  70. Inflammation alters trafficking of extrasynaptic AMPA receptors in tonically firing lamina II neurons of the rat spinal dorsal horn.
    Authors: Kopach Et al.
  71. Distinct functions of kainate receptors in the brain are determined by the auxiliary subunit Neto1.
    Authors: Straub Et al.
    Nat Neurosci
  72. Ca(2+)-dependent enhancement of release by subthreshold somatic depolarization.
    Authors: Christie Et al.
    Nat Neurosci
  73. The Etv1/Er81 transcription factor orchestrates activity-dependent gene regulation in the terminal maturation program of cerebellar granule cells.
    Authors: Abe Et al.
  74. Nociceptive stimulation induces expression of Arc/Arg3.1 in the spinal cord with a preference for neurons containing enkephalin.
    Authors: Hossaini Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  75. Facilitation of long-term potentiation by muscarinic M(1) receptors is mediated by inhibition of SK channels.
    Authors: Buchanan Et al.
  76. Control of cerebellar long-term potentiation by P-Rex-family guanine-nucleotide exchange factors and phosphoinositide 3-kinase.
    Authors: Jackson Et al.
    PLoS One
  77. High-Pass Filtering and Dynamic Gain Regulation Enhance Vertical Bursts Transmission along the Mossy Fiber Pathway of Cerebellum.
    Authors: Mapelli Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  78. Selected SALM (synaptic adhesion-like molecule) family proteins regulate synapse formation.
    Authors: Mah Et al.
    J Physiol
  79. Different relationship of N- and P/Q-type Ca2+ channels to channel-interacting slots in controlling neurotransmission at cultured hippocampal synapses.
    Authors: Cao and Tsien
    J Neurosci
  80. Excitability and synaptic communication within the oligodendrocyte lineage.
    Authors: Biase Et al.
    J Neurosci
  81. Postsynaptic spiking homeostatically induces cell-autonomous regulation of inhibitory inputs via retrograde signaling.
    Authors: Peng Et al.
    J Neurosci
  82. Rapid activation of dormant presynaptic terminals by phorbol esters.
    Authors: Chang Et al.
    J Neurosci
  83. Contribution of the d-Serine-Dependent Pathway to the Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Cognitive Aging.
    Authors: Potier Et al.
    Front Aging Neurosci
  84. Effect of hypoxia on expiratory muscle activity in fetal sheep.
    Authors: Bissonnette Et al.
    Respir Physiol Neurobiol
  85. Competitive regulation of synaptic Ca2+ influx by D2 dopamine and A2A adenosine receptors.
    Authors: Higley and Sabatini
    Nat Neurosci
  86. A dynamic role for GABA receptors on the firing pattern of midbrain dopaminergic neurons.
    Authors: Lobb Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  87. Combinatorial responses controlled by synaptic inhibition in the cerebellum granular layer.
    Authors: Mapelli Et al.
  88. Characterization of engineered channelrhodopsin variants with improved properties and kinetics.
    Authors: Lin Et al.
    Biophys J
  89. Enhanced excitatory transmission at cortical synapses as the basis for facilitated spreading depression in Ca(v)2.1 knockin migraine mice.
    Authors: Tottene Et al.
  90. Specific synapses develop preferentially among sister excitatory neurons in the neocortex.
    Authors: Yu Et al.
    EMBO Rep
  91. NMDA receptors regulate nicotine-enhanced brain reward function and intravenous nicotine self-administration: role of the ventral tegmental area and central nucleus of the amygdala.
    Authors: Kenny Et al.
  92. N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor- and metabotropic glutamate receptor-dependent long-term depression are differentially regulated by the ubiquitin-proteasome system.
    Authors: Citri Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  93. D1/D5 modulation of synaptic NMDA receptor currents.
    Authors: Varela Et al.
    J Neurosci
  94. Chronic CXCL10 alters neuronal properties in rat hippocampal culture.
    Authors: Cho Et al.
    J Neurosci
  95. AMPA receptor trafficking and synaptic plasticity require SQSTM1/p62.
    Authors: Jiang Et al.
  96. Experience-dependent intrinsic plasticity in interneurons of barrel cortex layer IV.
    Authors: Sun
    J Neurosci
  97. Co-transmission of dopamine and GABA in periglomerular cells.
    Authors: Maher and Westbrook
    J Neurophysiol
  98. GABA actions in hippocampal area CA3 during postnatal development: differential shift from depolarizing to hyperpolarizing in somatic and dendritic compartments.
    Authors: Romo-Parra Et al.
    J Neurosci
  99. Synapse-specific adaptations to inactivity in hippocampal circuits achieve homeostatic gain control while dampening network reverberation.
    Authors: Kim and Tsien
  100. Involvement of AMPA receptors in the antidepressant-like effects of lithium in the mouse tail suspension test and forced swim test.
    Authors: Gould Et al.
  101. Cholecystokinin inhibits endocannabinoid-sensitive hippocampal IPSPs and stimulates others.
    Authors: Karson Et al.
    J Biol Chem
  102. Apoptosis induced by domoic acid in mouse cerebellar granule neurons involves activation of p38 and JNK MAP kinases.
    Authors: Giordano Et al.
    J Physiol
  103. Cortical adenylyl cyclase 1 is required for thalamocortical synapse maturation and aspects of layer IV barrel development.
    Authors: Iwasato Et al.
    J Neurosci
  104. White matter vulnerability to ischemic injury increases with age because of enhanced excitotoxicity.
    Authors: Baltan Et al.
    J Neurosci
  105. The chemokine CCL2 activates p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway in cultured rat hippocampal cells.
    Authors: Cho and Gruol
    J Neurosci
  106. Dendritic glutamate release produces autocrine activation of mGluR1 in cerebellar Purkinje cells.
    Authors: Shin Et al.
  107. Increased thalamocortical synaptic response and decreased layer IV innervation in GAP-43 knockout mice.
    Authors: Albright Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  108. Endogenous D-serine contributes to NMDA-receptor-mediated light-evoked responses in the vertebrate retina.
    Authors: Gustafson Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  109. Presynaptic plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase isoform 2a regulates excitatory synaptic transmission in rat hippocampal CA3.
    Authors: Jensen Et al.
    Chem Senses
  110. Long-term modifications in the strength of excitatory associative inputs in the piriform cortex.
    Authors: Young and Sun
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  111. Axon and dendrite geography predict the specificity of synaptic connections in a functioning spinal cord network.
    Authors: Li Et al.
    Neural Dev
  112. Plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase 2 contributes to short-term synapse plasticity at the parallel fiber to Purkinje neuron synapse.
    Authors: Empson Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  113. Disynaptic amplification of metabotropic glutamate receptor 1 responses in the olfactory bulb.
    Authors: Jan and Westbrook
    J Neurosci
  114. Potent and specific action of the mGlu1 antagonists YM-298198 and JNJ16259685 on synaptic transmission in rat cerebellar slices.
    Authors: Fukunaga Et al.
    Br J Pharmacol
  115. Vesicular release of glutamate from unmyelinated axons in white matter.
    Authors: Ziskin Et al.
    Front Integr Neurosci
  116. Properties of GluR3 receptors tagged with GFP at the amino or carboxyl terminus.
    Authors: Limon Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  117. Environment matters: synaptic properties of neurons born in the epileptic adult brain develop to reduce excitability.
    Authors: Jakubs Et al.
  118. Ionotropic and metabotropic glutamate receptor antagonism attenuates cue-induced cocaine seeking.
    Authors: Bäckström and Hyytiä
  119. Glial glutamate transporters maintain one-to-one relationship at the climbing fiber-Purkinje cell synapse by preventing glutamate spillover.
    Authors: Takayasu Et al.
    J Neurosci
  120. Regulated expression of HCN channels and cAMP levels shape the properties of the h current in developing rat hippocampus.
    Authors: Surges Et al.
    Mol Pain
  121. Activation of NR2A-containing NMDA receptors is not obligatory for NMDA receptor-dependent long-term potentiation.
    Authors: Weitlauf Et al.
    Neurochem Int
  122. Programmed and induced phenotype of the hippocampal granule cells.
    Authors: Gómez-Lira Et al.
    J Neurosci
  123. Calcium increases in retinal glial cells evoked by light-induced neuronal activity.
    Authors: Newman
    Nat Methods
  124. Differences in transmission properties and susceptibility to long-term depression reveal functional specialization of ascending axon and parallel fiber synapses to Purkinje cells.
    Authors: Sims and Hartell
    EMBO Rep
  125. Interactions between ephrin-B and metabotropic glutamate 1 receptors in brain tissue and cultured neurons.
    Authors: Calò Et al.
    J Neurosci
  126. Augmenting neurotransmitter release by enhancing the apparent Ca2+ affinity of synaptotagmin 1.
    Authors: Rhee Et al.
    J Neurosci
  127. Endocannabinoid-mediated metaplasticity in the hippocampus.
    Authors: Chevaleyre and Castillo
  128. Glucose but not lactate in combination with acidosis aggravates ischemic neuronal death in vitro.
    Authors: Cronberg Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  129. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor mRNA and protein are targeted to discrete dendritic laminas by events that trigger epileptogenesis.
    Authors: Tongiorgi Et al.
  130. Astrocyte glutamate transporters regulate metabotropic glutamate receptor-mediated excitation of hippocampal interneurons.
    Authors: Huang Et al.
    J Neurosci
  131. Functional excitatory synapses in HEK293 cells expressing neuroligin and glutamate receptors.
    Authors: Fu Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  132. Dopamine controls the firing pattern of dopamine neurons via a network feedback mechanism.
    Authors: Paladini Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  133. A GDP/GTP exchange protein for the Rab3 small G protein family up-regulates a postdocking step of synaptic exocytosis in central synapses.
    Authors: Yamaguchi Et al.
    J Neurophysiol
  134. The suppression of brain cold-stable microtubules in mice induces synaptic defects associated with neuroleptic-sensitive behavioral disorders.
    Authors: Andrieux Et al.
    Genes Dev
  135. Glutamate antagonists limit tumor growth.
    Authors: Rzeski Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  136. Kainate receptor-mediated synaptic currents in cerebellar Golgi cells are not shaped by diffusion of glutamate.
    Authors: Bureau Et al.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  137. Presynaptic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors at the parallel fiber-Purkinje cell synapse.
    Authors: Casado Et al.
    J Neurosci
  138. Histamine depolarizes cholinergic interneurones in the rat striatum via a H(1)-receptor mediated action.
    Authors: Bell Et al.
    Br J Pharmacol
  139. Calcium dynamics in single spines during coincident pre- and postsynaptic activity depend on relative timing of back-propagating action potentials and subthreshold excitatory postsynaptic potentials.
    Authors: Koester and Sakmann
    PLoS One
  140. Spreading depression and focal brain ischemia induce cyclooxygenase-2 in cortical neurons through N-methyl-D-aspartic acid-receptors and phospholipase A2.
    Authors: Miettinen Et al.
    J Psychopharmacol
  141. Pharmacological analysis of ionotropic glutamate receptor function in neuronal circuits of the zebrafish olfactory bulb.
    Authors: Tabor and Friedrich
    PLoS One
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