Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques

Kurtz R, Kalb J, Spalthoff C (2008)
FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE 13: 3009-3021.

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visual system; UV photolysis; review; two-photon microscopy; motion; calcium; invertebrate; laser ablation
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2008
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FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
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13
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3009-3021
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1093-9946
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1093-4715
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Kurtz R, Kalb J, Spalthoff C. Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE. 2008;13:3009-3021.
Kurtz, R., Kalb, J., & Spalthoff, C. (2008). Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE, 13, 3009-3021. doi:10.2741/2906
Kurtz, R., Kalb, J., and Spalthoff, C. (2008). Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE 13, 3009-3021.
Kurtz, R., Kalb, J., & Spalthoff, C., 2008. Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE, 13, p 3009-3021.
R. Kurtz, J. Kalb, and C. Spalthoff, “Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques”, FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE, vol. 13, 2008, pp. 3009-3021.
Kurtz, R., Kalb, J., Spalthoff, C.: Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE. 13, 3009-3021 (2008).
Kurtz, Rafael, Kalb, Julia, and Spalthoff, Christian. “Examination of fly motion vision by functional fluorescence techniques”. FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE 13 (2008): 3009-3021.
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