Conference Paper

Opsins in the dark. Characterising light sensitive genes in the Brazilian eyeless cavefish Phreatobius cisternrum

Liu, A. Schneider, P. and Taylor,J.

Record Number:
4348
Year:
2019
Institution:
University of Victoria
Times Cited:
4
Conference Name:
Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Awards
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Opsins in the dark. Characterising light sensitive genes in the Brazilian eyeless cavefish Phreatobius cisternrum
Liu, A. Schneider, P. and Taylor,J. (2019)
Opsins in the dark. Characterising light sensitive genes in the Brazilian eyeless cavefish Phreatobius cisternrum