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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A plural of soma1.

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  • n. Plural form of soma.

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Examples

  • (A) Bins of average fluorescent intensities detected in somata of 12 div hippocampal neurons immunostained for reelin (n = 380 neurons).

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  • After background correction, positive ROIs were demarcated only on somata whose integrity was confirmed in phase contrast images.

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  • (A) Distribution of average intensities of reelin IR measured on somata of neurons treated with cycloheximide (n = 270 neurons) or vehicle (inset, n = 240 neurons) for 9 and 16 hours.

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  • Intensities ranging from 100 to 4030 were divided into 110 bins and the number of somata was counted within each bin.

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  • However, the few intense reelin IR somata from which neurites could be tracked with sufficient confidence (n = 12) were mostly VGlut negative

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  • Values are mean percentage±sem of the total number of neuronal somata.

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  • Therefore, in most cases determining whether VGlut1 - or VGlut2-positive neurites belong to intense reelin IR somata was very ambiguous.

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  • Positive somata were then counted over all of the images acquired on coverslips from one experiment and normalized to the total number of neurons detected on the corresponding phase-contrast images.

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  • L2-shiTS1 photoreceptors hyperpolarized in comparison to the WT photoreceptors by − 3. 0±0.8 mV (mean±SD, n = 6 cells; over 1-20 s, data measured in the somata), further supporting the previous findings of L2-R feedback being excitatory

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  • (A) Three representative images of CA1 and CA3 somata with normal ultrastructure.

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