Temperature representation in the Drosophila brain

@article{Frank2015TemperatureRI,
  title={Temperature representation in the Drosophila brain},
  author={Dominic D. Frank and Genevieve C. Jouandet and Patrick J. Kearney and Lindsey J. Macpherson and Marco Gallio},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={519},
  pages={358-361}
}
In Drosophila, rapid temperature changes are detected at the periphery by dedicated receptors forming a simple sensory map for hot and cold in the brain. However, flies show a host of complex innate and learned responses to temperature, indicating that they are able to extract a range of information from this simple input. Here we define the anatomical and physiological repertoire for temperature representation in the Drosophila brain. First, we use a photolabelling strategy to trace the… CONTINUE READING
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