fsi Zebrafish Show Concordant Reversal of Laterality of Viscera, Neuroanatomy, and a Subset of Behavioral Responses

@article{Barth2005fsiZS,
  title={fsi Zebrafish Show Concordant Reversal of Laterality of Viscera, Neuroanatomy, and a Subset of Behavioral Responses},
  author={K. Anukampa Barth and Adam Mikl{\'o}si and Jenny Watkins and Isaac Henry Bianco and Stephen W. Wilson and Richard Andrew},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={844-850}
}
Asymmetries in CNS neuroanatomy are assumed to underlie the widespread cognitive and behavioral asymmetries in vertebrates. Studies in humans have shown that the laterality of some cognitive asymmetries is independent of the laterality of the viscera; discrete mechanisms may therefore regulate visceral and neural lateralization. However, through analysis of visceral, neuroanatomical, and behavioral asymmetries in the frequent-situs-inversus (fsi) line of zebrafish, we show that the principal… CONTINUE READING
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