It is recommended that users of the aNMJ-morph macro are familiar with the original NMJ-morph workflow in a practical setting; please refer to the following publication for background details: "NMJ-morph reveals principal components of synaptic morphology influencing structure-function relationships at the neuromuscular junction" (Jones RA et al, Open Biology, 2016, doi.org/10.1098/rsob.160240).
# Contents #
1. aNMJ-morph macro;
2. aNMJ-morph tutorial video;
3. Reference images (20 sample NMJ images for use with aNMJ-morph)
4. Reference spreadsheet (data generated from aNMJ-morph analysis of the 20 sample NMJ images).
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