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Four Individually Identified Paired Dopamine Neurons Signal Reward in Larval Drosophila

Four Individually Identified Paired Dopamine Neurons Signal Reward in Larval Drosophila

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ROHWEDDER, Astrid, Nana L. WENZ, Bernhard STEHLE, Annina HUSER, Nobuhiro YAMAGATA, Marta ZLATIC, James W. TRUMAN, Hiromu TANIMOTO, Timo SAUMWEBER, Bertram GERBER, Andreas S. THUM, 2016. Four Individually Identified Paired Dopamine Neurons Signal Reward in Larval Drosophila. In: Current Biology. 26(5), pp. 661-669. ISSN 0960-9822. eISSN 1879-0445. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.01.012

@article{Rohwedder2016Indiv-33951, title={Four Individually Identified Paired Dopamine Neurons Signal Reward in Larval Drosophila}, year={2016}, doi={10.1016/j.cub.2016.01.012}, number={5}, volume={26}, issn={0960-9822}, journal={Current Biology}, pages={661--669}, author={Rohwedder, Astrid and Wenz, Nana L. and Stehle, Bernhard and Huser, Annina and Yamagata, Nobuhiro and Zlatic, Marta and Truman, James W. and Tanimoto, Hiromu and Saumweber, Timo and Gerber, Bertram and Thum, Andreas S.} }

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