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Natural variation in a neuropeptide Y receptor homolog modifies social behavior and food response in C. elegans

Cell

Sep 19, 1998

Mario de Bono, Cornelia I Bargmann

PMID: 9741632

Abstract

Natural isolates of C. elegans exhibit either solitary or social feeding behavior. Solitary foragers move slowly on a bacterial lawn and disperse across it, while social foragers move rapidly on bacteria and aggregate together. A loss-of-function mutation in the npr-1 gene, which encode...read more

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Calcinus elegans
Cyartonema elegans
Coleonyx elegans
Cestrum elegans
Clarkia unguiculata
Clathrulina elegans
Cardioglossa elegans
Cymbella elegans
Cyrenella elegans
Chaetophora elegans
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Natural variation in a neuropeptide Y receptor homolog modifies social behavior and food response in C. elegans

Cell

Sep 19, 1998

Mario de Bono, Cornelia I Bargmann

PMID: 9741632

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Abstract

Natural isolates of C. elegans exhibit either solitary or social feeding behavior. Solitary foragers move slowly on a bacterial lawn and disperse across it, while social foragers move rapidly on bacteria and aggregate together. A loss-of-function mutation in the npr-1 gene, which encode...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Calcinus elegans
Cyartonema elegans
Coleonyx elegans
Cestrum elegans
Clarkia unguiculata
Clathrulina elegans
Cardioglossa elegans
Cymbella elegans
Cyrenella elegans
Chaetophora elegans
1
1
433
1

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