E-MTAB-489 - Transcription profiling by array of A. mellifera to investigate genes associated with unique spatiotemporal memories
Released on 1 July 2011, last updated on 3 May 2014
Bees were trained to visit food sources at different times of day. By collecting bees just before the training times, we were able to analyze the genes that are associated with the time of day, the time of training, the activity state, or genes associated with unique spatiotemporal memories
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, dye swap, innate behavior, loop, stimulus or stress
Neurogenomic signatures of spatiotemporal memories in time-trained forager honey bees. Naeger NL, Van Nest BN, Johnson JN, Boyd SD, Southey BR, Rodriguez-Zas SL, Moore D, Robinson GE. :979-987 (2011), Europe PMC 21346126
Neurogenomic Signatures of Spatiotemporal Memories in Time-Trained Forager Honey Bees. Nicholas L. Naeger, Byron N. Van Nest, Jennifer N. Johnson, Sam D. Boyd, Bruce R. Southey, Sandra L. Rodriguez-Zas, Darrell Moore, Gene E. Robinson.
Brain Transcriptional Regulatory Network Quantitatively Predicts Behavior-Specific Gene Expression. Sriram Chandrasekaran, Seth A. Ament, James A. Eddy, Sandra Rodriguez-Zas, Bruce R. Schatz, Nathan D. Price, and Gene E. Robinson.