Adam Louis Mortimer, B.A.

Neuroscience Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, United States 
Central Pattern Generators, Homarus americanus
"Adam Mortimer"

I worked on the cardiac ganglion in the American Lobster. By separating the small and large cells that make up the ganglion I was able to test the intrinsic peptide, calcitonin-like diuretic hormon, effects on either cell group.

Mean distance: 106866 (cluster 6)


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Patsy Dickinson research assistant 2011-2012 Bowdoin College
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Williams AH, Kwiatkowski MA, Mortimer AL, et al. (2013) Animal-to-animal variability in the phasing of the crustacean cardiac motor pattern: an experimental and computational analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology. 109: 2451-65
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