DATA: Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Published: 2 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nch5zsh69z.1
Contributors:
Eleanor Lutz,
Jeffrey Riffell

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Data and code used to analyze behavioral videos described in the published manuscript "Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies." Please note that confocal images and other supplementary material is provided in other locations (see Supplemental sections of manuscript cited below). All videos are provided after compression due to file size restrictions.

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University of Washington

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Animal Navigation, Navigation, Video

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