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Open Source Tracking and Analysis of Adult Drosophila Locomotion in Buridan's Paradigm with and without Visual Targets

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Colomb, Julien ; Reiter, Lutz ; Blaszkiewicz, Jedrzej ; Wessnitzer, Jan ; Brembs, Björn
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Abstract

Background Insects have been among the most widely used model systems for studying the control of locomotion by nervous systems. In Drosophila, we implemented a simple test for locomotion: in Buridan's paradigm, flies walk back and forth between two inaccessible visual targets [1]. Until today, the lack of easily accessible tools for tracking the fly position and analyzing its trajectory has ...

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