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Neuronal control of locomotor handedness in Drosophila

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Aug 29, 2014

Sean M BuchananBenjamin L de Bivort

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Handedness in humans–better performance using either the left or right hand–is personally familiar, moderately heritable, and regulated by many genes, including those involved in general body symmetry. But behavioral handedness, i.e. lateralization, is a multifaceted phenomenon. For exa...read more

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  • Neuronal control of locomotor handedness in Drosophila

    bioRxiv

    Aug 29, 2014

    Sean M BuchananBenjamin L de Bivort

    PMID: 990008565

    DOI: 10.1101/008565

    Abstract

    Handedness in humans–better performance using either the left or right hand–is personally familiar, moderately heritable, and regulated by many genes, including those involved in general body symmetry. But behavioral handedness, i.e. lateralization, is a multifaceted phenomenon. For exa...read more

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