Swimming direction of the Glass Catfish, Kryptopterus bicirrhis, is responsive to magnetic stimulation


" The results demonstrate that K. bicirrhis placed in a radial maze, consistently swim away from magnetic fields over 20 ┬ÁT and show adaptability to changing magnetic field directions and locations. This work will be invaluable to further understand the mechanisms and possible cellular interactions of EPG once a knock-out EPG in K. bicirrhis is achieved." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Hunt, R. D., Ashbaugh, R. C., Reimers, M., Udpa, L., De Jimenez, G. S., Moore, M., ... & Pelled, G. (2020). Swimming direction of the Glass Catfish, Kryptopterus bicirrhis, is responsive to magnetic stimulation. bioRxiv. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence.


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