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Neural control of lower vertebrate locomotion; Spinal inhibition; Motor pattern selection; Neural circuit flexibility.

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Project Description

Using embryos and young tadpoles of the frog Xenopus to ask how nervous systems work at the cellular level, develop to form the correct connections, and are organised to allow animals to behave. Methods include: analysis of behaviour, whole-cell patch recording, neuron imaging, network modelling.

How good is research at University of Bristol in Biological Sciences?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 64.60

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