Data from: Coordination of fictive motor activity in the larval zebrafish is generated by non-segmental mechanisms

Timothy D. Wiggin, Jack H. Peck & Mark A. Masino
The cellular and network basis for most vertebrate locomotor central pattern generators (CPGs) is incompletely characterized, but organizational models based on known CPG architectures have been proposed. Segmental models propose that each spinal segment contains a circuit that controls local coordination and sends longer projections to coordinate activity between segments. Unsegmented/continuous models propose that patterned motor output is driven by gradients of neurons and synapses that do not have segmental boundaries. We tested these ideas...
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