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Biol Open (2019) 8 (3): bio037630.
Published: 14 March 2019
... with or without a TRPA1-specific inhibitor, A-967079. Hypoxic stimulation induced escape behavior in C. teleta from the sediment, and this behavior was suppressed by the inhibitor. The cloned TRPA gene from C. teleta was phylogenetically categorized into TRPAbasal , and contains an oxygen-dependent degradation...
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (11): 1642–1647.
Published: 15 November 2016
... ovipositing on ethanol when it is close to a non-ethanol substrate, but strongly avoids ethanol when options are farther apart. We also show fluidity of these behaviors among other Drosophila species: D. melanogaster is more responsive to ethanol than close relatives in that it prefers ethanol more than other...
Includes: Supplementary data
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (8): 1061–1071.
Published: 18 July 2016
...Rosa M. Alcazar; Lisa Becker; Austin T. Hilliard; Kai R. Kent; Russell D. Fernald ABSTRACT Male African cichlid fish, Astatotilapia burtoni , have been classified as dominant or subordinate, each with unique behavioral and endocrine profiles. Here we characterize two distinct subclasses of dominant...
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (10): 1243–1252.
Published: 9 September 2015
... cells in disease pathogenesis and therapeutic studies requires lengthy investigations. The interplay between human immunity and mouse biology proves ever more complicated when aging, irradiation, and human immune reconstitution are considered. All can affect a range of biochemical and behavioral...
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Biol Open (2014) 3 (7): 627–634.
Published: 20 June 2014
... specific expression profiles. Of these six planarian homologs, two are necessary for normal tissue homeostasis, and the loss of another, Smed-dynA-1 , leads to an abnormal behavioral phenotype, which we have quantified using automated center of mass tracking. Smed-dynA-1 is primarily expressed...
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