Luis Hernandez-Nunez

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Complex animal behaviors are built from dynamical relationships between sensory inputs, neuronal activity, and motor outputs in patterns with strategic value. Connecting these patterns illuminates how nervous systems compute behavior. Here, we study Drosophila larva navigation up temperature gradients toward preferred temperatures (positive thermotaxis). By(More)
Neural circuits for behavior transform sensory inputs into motor outputs in patterns with strategic value. Determining how neurons along a sensorimotor circuit contribute to this transformation is central to understanding behavior. To do this, a quantitative framework to describe behavioral dynamics is needed. In this study, we built a high-throughput(More)
The sense of smell enables animals to react to long-distance cues according to learned and innate valences. Here, we have mapped with electron microscopy the complete wiring diagram of the Drosophila larval antennal lobe, an olfactory neuropil similar to the vertebrate olfactory bulb. We found a canonical circuit with uniglomerular projection neurons (uPNs)(More)
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17 Neural circuits for behavior transform sensory inputs into motor outputs in patterns with strategic value. 18 Determining how neurons along a sensorimotor circuit contribute to this transformation is central to 19 understanding behavior. To do this, a quantitative framework to describe behavioral dynamics is needed. 20 Here, we built a high-throughput(More)
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