Figure 16 of Anderson, Mol Vis 2011; 17:355-379.

Figure 16. AGB mapping allows visualization of bipolar cell light responses. A: Slice 001 transmission electron microscope (TEM) with an overlay of glycine:AGB → mapping shows a collection of mapped bipolar cells. B: Slice 001 with glycine:AGB → mapping alone shows only the molecular signatures of the cells. C: Slice 001 with greyscale glycine intensity mapping reveals both glycinergic amacrine cells and bipolar cells coupled to AII amacrine cells. D: Slice 001 with greyscale AGB intensity mapping displays the light responses of all bipolar cells. Six identified bipolar cells are circled: one G+ WF (wide-field) bipolar cell (170), two OFF bipolar cells (173, 175), two rod bipolar cells (5595, 5614) and one non-coupled ON layer bipolar cell (5292).