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Tackling thermosensation with multidimensional phenotyping

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Abstract

Most if not all animals sense temperature using specialized thermosensory neurons. Genetic studies in simple organisms have been used to identify gene products required for detecting temperature changes or for mediating the effects of temperature on behaviour. A recent study has used automated imaging and multidimensional phenotyping to characterize behavioural responses to aversive temperature changes and to identify mutants with specific defects in these processes. © 2012 Schafer; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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Schafer, W. R. (2012, November 19). Tackling thermosensation with multidimensional phenotyping. BMC Biology. https://doi.org/10.1186/1741-7007-10-91

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