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The serotonergic central nervous system of the Drosophila larva : anatomy and behavioral function

The serotonergic central nervous system of the Drosophila larva : anatomy and behavioral function

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HUSER, Annina, Astrid ROHWEDDER, Anthi APOSTOLOPOULOU, Annekathrin WIDMANN, Johanna PFITZENMAIER, Elena M. MAIOLO, Mareike SELCHO, Dennis PAULS, Alina von ESSEN, Tripti GUPTA, Simon G. SPRECHER, Serge BIRMAN, Thomas RIEMENSPERGER, Reinhard F. STOCKER, Andreas THUM, 2012. The serotonergic central nervous system of the Drosophila larva : anatomy and behavioral function. In: PLoS ONE. 7(10), e47518. eISSN 1932-6203

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