The neural substrate of spectral preference in Drosophila

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GAO, Shuying, Shin-ya TAKEMURA, Chun-Yuan TING, Songling HUANG, Zhiyuan LU, Haojiang LUAN, Jens RISTER, Andreas THUM, Meiluen YANG, Sung-Tae HONG, Jing W. WANG, Ward F. ODENWALD, Benjamin H. WHITE, Ian A. MEINERTZHAGEN, Chi-Hon LEE, 2008. The neural substrate of spectral preference in Drosophila. In: Neuron. 60(2), pp. 328-342. ISSN 0896-6273. eISSN 1097-4199. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2008.08.010

@article{Gao2008-10-23neura-17153, title={The neural substrate of spectral preference in Drosophila}, year={2008}, doi={10.1016/j.neuron.2008.08.010}, number={2}, volume={60}, issn={0896-6273}, journal={Neuron}, pages={328--342}, author={Gao, Shuying and Takemura, Shin-ya and Ting, Chun-Yuan and Huang, Songling and Lu, Zhiyuan and Luan, Haojiang and Rister, Jens and Thum, Andreas and Yang, Meiluen and Hong, Sung-Tae and Wang, Jing W. and Odenwald, Ward F. and White, Benjamin H. and Meinertzhagen, Ian A. and Lee, Chi-Hon} }

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