A Second-Generation Device for Automated Training and Quantitative Behavior Analyses of Molecularly-Tractable Model Organisms.

Levin, Michael.

Blackiston, Douglas.

Shomrat, Tal.

Nicolas, Cindy L.

Granata, Christopher.

2010

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  • A deep understanding of cognitive processes requires functional, quantitative analyses of the steps leading from genetics and the development of nervous system structure to behavior. Molecularly-tractable model systems such as Xenopus laevis and planaria offer an unprecedented opportunity to dissect the mechanisms determining the complex structure of the brain and CNS. A standardized platform that... read more
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  • Blackiston D, Shomrat T, Nicolas CL, Granata C, Levin M (2010) A Second-Generation Device for Automated Training and Quantitative Behavior Analyses of Molecularly-Tractable Model Organisms. PLoS ONE 5(12): e14370. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014370.
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