Regulation of zebrafish sleep and arousal states: current and prospective approaches

@inproceedings{Chiu2013RegulationOZ,
  title={Regulation of zebrafish sleep and arousal states: current and prospective approaches},
  author={Cindy N. Chiu and David A Prober},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
  year={2013}
}
Every day, we shift among various states of sleep and arousal to meet the many demands of our bodies and environment. A central puzzle in neurobiology is how the brain controls these behavioral states, which are essential to an animal's well-being and survival. Mammalian models have predominated sleep and arousal research, although in the past decade, invertebrate models have made significant contributions to our understanding of the genetic underpinnings of behavioral states. More recently… CONTINUE READING
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Citation: Chiu CN and Prober DA (2013) Regulation of zebrafish sleep and arousal states: current and prospective approaches

  • April
  • Front. Neural Circuits 7:58.
  • 2013
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