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The sacral autonomic outflow is sympathetic

I. Espinosa-Medina, O. Saha, F. Boismoreau, Z. Chettouh, F. Rossi, W. D. Richardson, J.-F. Brunet

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Movie S1
The pelvic ganglion at E11.5 in a wild type. The pelvic nerve (in green) reaches the rostral dorsal and lateral edge of the pelvic ganglion (that expresses Phox2b, in red), whose cells lie for the most part distal and medial to them
Movie S2
The pelvic ganglion at E11.5 in an Olig2 null mutant. When all motoneurons are deleted, a vestigial pelvic nerve, made up exclusively of sensory fibers, barely touches the pelvic ganglion (that expresses Phox2b, in red), which has the same appearance and size than in wild type embryos (see Movie S1).