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Imaging, Structure, and Optogenetics
Control by Light
Tuesday, 10.18.2011, 10:13pm
Optogenetics—until now primarily a tool for asking questions in basic research—is starting to spur efforts oriented toward biomedical applications.
A Synthetic Optogenetic Transcription Device Enhances Blood-Glucose Homeostasis in Mice
Monday, 06.27.2011, 09:30pm
By rewiring the melanopsin-induced intracellular calcium increase to calcium-dependent activation of calcineurin and calcineurin-mediated mobilization of the transcription factor nuclear factor of activated T cells (NFAT), which initiates transcription from specific promoters (16), illumination of mammalian cells could be directly linked to transgene expression.
A microprobe for parallel optical and electrical recordings from single neurons in vivo
Thursday, 02.24.2011, 11:15am
A dual-core microprobe for in vivo optical and electrical recordings in deep layers of the central nervous system at single-cell resolution.
Use of Light-Activated Cation Channel Channelrhodopsin-2 to Study Heart Pace Maker Cells
Friday, 11.19.2010, 05:15pm
Channelrhodopsins (ChRs) are becoming a widely used tool in neuroscience.  Stimulation of ChR2-expressing cells with blue light (475 nm) induces a sustained inward current and can be performed for extended periods of time. 

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