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Trans-synaptic Fish-lips Signaling Prevents Misconnections between Non-synaptic Partner Olfactory Neurons

By Qijing Xie, Bing Wu, Jiefu Li, Hongjie Li, David J. Luginbuhl, Chuanyun Xu, Xin Wang, Liqun Luo

Posted 04 Apr 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/600064

Our understanding of the mechanisms of neural circuit assembly is far from complete. Identification of new wiring molecules with novel mechanisms of action will provide new insights into how complex and heterogeneous neural circuits assemble during development. Here, we performed an RNAi screen for cell-surface molecules and identified the leucine-rich-repeat containing transmembrane protein, Fish-lips (Fili), as a novel wiring molecule in the assembly of the Drosophila olfactory circuit. Fili contributes to the precise targeting of both olfactory receptor neuron (ORN) axons as well as projection neuron (PN) dendrites. Cell-type-specific expression and genetic analyses suggest that Fili sends a trans-synaptic repulsive signal to neurites of non-partner classes that prevent their targeting to inappropriate glomeruli in the antennal lobe.

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