1-Octanol
Company: EMD Millipore
Catalog#: 820931
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In situ Chemotaxis Assay in Caenorhabditis elegans (for the Study of Circadian Rhythms)
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2014-02-05
[Abstract]  Olfaction is a well-studied sensory mechanism in Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans). The nematodes respond to a wide range of chemicals by either attraction, repulsion or a mixture thereof (Bargmann et al., 1993). We have used olfaction to characterize behavioural and molecular circadian rhythms in C. elegans. The circadian clock is a biological oscillator that provides an endogenous temporal structure that approximately matches the 24-hour periodicity in ...

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