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Visualization of wildtype animals displaying C-bend behavior.
Behavioral activities were recorded at 500 frames/sec. Immediately following tactile stimulation to the head, the tail and head bend toward each other forming a ‘C’ shape. After this initial bend a counter-bend occurs on the opposite side of the animal. The larva then proceeds to swim in a direction that is ~180º from the source of the stimulation.

Interactions among ryanodine receptor isotypes contribute to muscle fiber type development and function

Alexis A. Chagovetz, Dana Klatt Shaw, Erin Ritchie, Kazuyuki Hoshijima, and David J. Grunwald

Disease Models and Mechanisms 2020. 13:None-None; doi: 10.1242/dmm.038844